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What is a 1952 Harley worth?

What is a 1952 Harley worth?

**Figure based on a stock 1952 Harley-Davidson K valued at $12,500 with OH rates with $100/300K liability/UM/UIM limits. Actual costs vary depending on the coverage selected, vehicle condition, state and other factors.

What was the last year Harley-Davidson made a Panhead?

The engine is a two-cylinder, two-valve-per-cylinder, pushrod V-twin, made in both 61 c.i. (EL) and 74 c.i. (FL, FLH) displacements. The Panhead engine replaced the Knucklehead engine in 1948 and was manufactured until 1965 when it was replaced by the Shovelhead.

How many cc is a Panhead?

The 74-cubic inch (1,200cc) OHV Harley-Davidson Panhead was launched in 1948.

What does fl stand for Harley?

FL= models with floor boards. FLST= floorboard model soft tail. FX = semi ruber mount motor model, sport models include dyna low rider, wide glide,standard.

Why is it called a Shovelhead?

The engine gained the nickname “Shovelhead” due to the look of the rocker heads having the appearance of an old coal shovel that was flipped upside down, giving the appearance of a shovel. While the engine did have problems earlier in its timeline, the new and improved motor gave Harley-Davidson a 26% sales increase.

What was the first Harley Davidson Panhead design?

The Hydra-Glide was one of the first streamlined motorcycle designs, with teardrop shaped gas tanks and instrument cluster. Also new was a horizontal shielded front fender and chrome enclosed front forks. These all gave the Panhead a cleaner, more modern look.

When did the Harley Davidson shovelhead engine come out?

The Panhead was a good engine, but Harley riders continually requested more power, prompting the Motor Company to produce the Shovelhead starting in 1966. Many riders retro-fitted their Panheads with Shovelhead cylinders and heads when they came out, which gave better air and exhaust flow.

How many horsepower does a panhead Panhead motorcycle have?

Engine displacement was 73.73 cubic-inches (advertised as 74ci), which was derived from a 3.44″ x 4″ bore and stroke. With 7:1 compression ratio, output was 50 horsepower at 4,800 rpm.

Who was the first person to build a Harley Davidson?

Peter Fonda met Hardy when he built the bike Fonda rode in The Wild Angels (1966). Dennis Hopper is interviewed in the documentary “History of the Chopper” and confirms that it was Hardy who built the bikes. One of the people who worked on the bikes was Dan Haggerty, who later starred in the 1977 series ‘The Life and Times of Grizzly Adams’.