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1937 HD45

Post Thu Oct 14, 1999 2:15 pm

Posts: 233
Location: Ridgefield,Ct 06877
Hello! Does anyone have a 1937 Harley 45 they wish to part with. I'm interested in bits and pieces too. Might consider trading early race car literature. Thanks

Post Wed Oct 20, 1999 12:46 pm

Posts: 136
Location: oxford, NC USA
Might try 45 Restoration.

Dunno if they'd be interested in a trade.

Luck,

filthy

Post Fri Oct 22, 1999 9:55 am

Posts: 233
Location: Ridgefield,Ct 06877
Thanks for the reply Filthy, Might have to sell or swap one of the old race cars for the '37 45 I'm looking for. I know there is one out there somewhere!

Post Fri Oct 22, 1999 4:12 pm

Posts: 582
Location: meridian, id. usa
Hows this for coininkedink

dgharley@aol.com message: Have a 1937 WL motor that has been cleaned up and semi put back together and a 1937 (for WL) tranny case (has a crack that needs to fixed) along with
some internals for sale if anyone is interested. Would trade for any early teens Harley stuff.

Post Fri Oct 22, 1999 4:51 pm

Posts: 233
Location: Ridgefield,Ct 06877
Hi Dotman, By now you got my email. If I had known that there was a REAL USE for a computer I would have bought one YEARS AGO!! Thanks again! Bob

Post Fri Oct 22, 1999 4:57 pm

Posts: 582
Location: meridian, id. usa
Hi 45Bob: hope that message pans out for you
45s are becoming of a mission from god it seems. but concidering that they where built from what 36 to 72 or 4 or something like that lots of parts for motors. seems like the little v's just keep on keeping on.

Good luck


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