Harley-Davidson Flatheads

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Although the Harley-Davidson 45 -- better known as the Flathead -- was designed as an entry-level big twin, its sturdy and dependable construction and unlikely racing pedigree made it one of the most prolific production powerplants in the history of motorcycles. Built and said from 1929 to 1973, the Flathead turned up in a wide range of Harley-Davidsons, from World War II military models to the utilitarian Servi-Car. The engine also became the power unit of choice among flat-track racers from 1934 to 1969. This new MBI ...

Harley-Davidson Flatheads 2002, Motorbooks International

ISBN-13: 9780760304938

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