1980 was the last year of official production of the XR750 although the factory continued to supply engines to race teams for some time after. This bike was imported to the UK in the late 1980’s and registered for the road in 1999. It has UK registration documents and an age related registration number. It is very genuine example that retains its original Harley-Davidson frame. The bike has has just one previous owner and is in good running order as I believe that engine no. 1C10085J0 was rebuilt a few years ago. Converted to road use the bike has a right foot gear change and left foot rear brake lever and a kick starter fitted from an iron head XL. The bike retains its original Ceriani Grand Prix front forks that are fitted with a 19 inch front wheel, brake disc and calliper, but these are non standard. There is also a standard ‘non brake’ front 19 inch spare wheel. Please note that there are no lights on the bike. This is a very genuine bike but it is a bit scruffy, however it would make the basis of an easy cosmetic restoration. It is supplied with a small amount of service and repair bills plus a service/repair manual and a parts catalogue.
One of the rarest Harley’s ever produced and certainly one of the most collectable good XR750’s are very hard to come by, less than a thousand were produced with only a handful in the UK, this is a unique opportunity.