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Motorcycle Auction Results Las Vegas 2013

Ever wonder how much your old Harley Davidson is worth? Maybe it is time to head down to one of the auctions and check out the pricing. I was researching for old Harley Davidson’s for my next topic to blog about, but I did stumble on a different topic. As you can see the older the Harley does not mean more money for it. Check out the numbers that some of the Harley’s have been sold for.

All motorcycles are sorted between 1913 and 1976, starting with 1913.

1913       Harley   Model 9B                             $70,000

1916       Harley   Race Replica                        $55,000

1920       Harley   W Sport                               $28,000

1920       Harley   Model W                              $10,000

1923       Harley   Factory Racer                  $205,000  no sale

1925       Harley J & sidecar                            $20,000

1926       Harley   Factory Hillclimber           $85,000   no sale

1929       Harley   JD racer                               $19,000

1931       Harley   VL                                          $19,000

1934       Harley   VLD & sidecar                     $23,000

1936       Harley   VL                                          $15,000

1936       Harley   VLH                                       $32,000   no sale

1936       Harley   VLH                                         $3,200   no sale

1938       Harley   WLDR                                    $18,000

1939       Harley   V                                             $23,500

1942       Harley   WLA Military                        $19,000   no sale

1942       Harley   WLA                                       $15,610

1943       Harley   WLC                                       $16,500

1947       Harley   FL                                            $20,000

1947       Harley   WL                                           $8,500   no sale

1947       Harley   WL Custom                             $12,500   no sale

1947       Harley   EL Knucklehead                     $40,000   no sale

1949       Harley   WL                                           $14,000

1957       Harley   Servicar                                   $10,000

1958       Harley   FL DuoGlide                            $18,500   no sale

1959       Harley   STU 165                                     $5,750

1960       Harley   KR750 racer                           $21,000

1960       Harley   XLCH                                      $10,000

1961       Harley   XLCH                                      $11,000

1961       Harley   XLH Sportster                        $5,500

1962       Harley   FLH                                         $15,500

1963       Harley   Panhead                                 $14,500

1964       Harley   FLH                                        $14,000

1965       Harley   Aermacchi CRTT racer        $7,000   no sale

1966       Harley   Servicar                                 $20,000

1967       Harley   KRTT 750 Racer                  $27,500

1967       Harley   Sportster                                $16,500

1968       Harley   Aermacchi CR250                  $6,750

1968       Harley XLH Sportster                          $8,500

1970       Harley   XR750                                   $32,500

1970       Harley   XLCH Streamliner               $36,000

1970       Harley   FLH                                        $11,250

1972       Harley   FLH                                         $10,000

1974       Harley   FXE                                         $7,500

1976       Harley   XLH                                        $3,500

Factory Harley dirt track racer gor bids up to $205,000 but did not meet reserve

Factory Harley dirt track racer got bids up to $205,000 but did not meet reserve

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  1. bikermonkey

     /  January 14, 2013

    Reblogged this on bikermonkey and commented:
    Pretty interesting to see what old Harley’s bring to auction. BikerMonkey would be a happy camper if he could find a 50’s panhead to restore, but just haven’t found the right price yet. 🙂 Check out these bids!

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