Aside from a new tank badge and paint scheme the 1963 Harley-Davidson FL Duo-Glide didn't offer many changes. Most came with saddlebags and two-passenger Buddy Seat in addition to the windshield. Learn about this well-dressed touring motorcycle.
The 1967 Harley-Davidson XLH Sportster was Harley's luxury model for the Sportster line. Harley-Davidson ads in 1967 boasted of the Sportster's record-setting runs at Bonneville. Check out this super-fast stock motorcycle from Harley-Davidson.
The quick 1964 Harley-Davidson XLCH Sportster motorcycle was dubbed King of the Drags. Its impressive 883-cc V-twin engine out powered most competitors of the era. See pictures and learn about the 1964 Harley XLCH Sportster.
The 1965 Harley-Davidson FL Electra-Glide motorcycle combined a Panhead engine and electric starter. Though a curb weight of more than 700 pounds restricted performance, the Electra-Glide was a popular touring mount. See the profile of this classic bike.
The 1966 Harley-Davidson FLH Electra-Glide motorcycle featured increased horsepower. Weight of the FLs had crept up to nearly 800 pounds and the extra power was appreciated by owners. See pictures and learn about the 1966 Harley-Davidson FLH Electra-Glide.
The 1966 Harley-Davidson Sprint motorcycle was the teamwork of Harley-Davidson and Aermacchi of Italy. It was powered by a 250-cc horizontal four-stroke single and was popular with buyers. Learn more about the Harley Sprint.
1963 Harley-Davidson Topper motorcycle came during the short-lived scooter craze. Its 165-cc two-stroke single started with a recoil starter like a lawn mower and it featured an optional sidecar for a friend to ride in. Read about the tiny Topper.