1928 Harley Davidson JDH Motorcycle Twin Cam restored used

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1928 Harley Davidson JDH Twin Cam Motorcycle


The 1928 Harley Davidson JDH is the most desirable motorcycle of the era. This factory original motorcycle was restored years ago by the famed restorer of the Pacific Northwest, Norm Gerlich for his personal use. The first of the Harley twin cams, this is a monster machine, great runner and superb looker. Complete with all of the accessories available for the period, this unique machine is best of the best.

Mileage: Less than a thousand miles on the rebuilt drive train and restoration.

Paint: Correctly colored and precisely laid down, this paint has minimal scratches and takes a correct shine. (See pictures for one storage spot).

Sheet metal: Original sheet metal was properly prepped and fit.

Chrome: Minimal chrome in use. What is there is good quality, bright and shiny.

Tires and Rims: Rims and spokes correctly painted black.

Mechanical: This machine was correctly rebuilt and broken in. A great runner, very quick and smooth through the gears.

TITLE:  Sold on a bill of sale

Engine #          28JDH10***

Frame #           None

NADA: This motorcycle would rate as a 1 or Excellent.

Accessories:  As seen in the pictures.

Price:  Offered in a range of $108,250 to $112,500      Buy now of $115,000


Less than 1000 on the restoration and rebuild.


Excellent paint and correct color for this motorcycle. See picture for storage flaw on rear fender.

Sheet Metal

Factory original sheet metal correctly fit.


Minimal chrome, great quality, bright and shiny.


This motorcycle was built correctly by talented motor builders. It starts easy and runs smoothly.

Wheels & Tires

Minimal wear on the tires. Rims and spokes are painted black.


Sold on a bill of sale. AZ title available for a fee.


This would rate as a 1 or EXCELLENT


As seen in the pictures.


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