Parts for a 1924 JE model Harley Davidson including frame, forks, wheel, hub, 2x 1200cc barrels, flywheels, crank cases,chain cover, ignition coil (photographed separately) partial battery box cover, front and rear mudguards, oil pump, cages and various other smaller engine parts.
The frame is still in reasonably good condition with its grease and mud covering helping to protect the metal from severe rust.
This is either an excellent starter kit for someone looking to build an early Harley Davidson or would be great spares for someone.
This collection was sold on ebay in October, 2014.
Kevin ran a 26 J model Harley Davidson since the 1980s and had built up a strong collection of spare parts including an entire second engine. We have carefully collected all of these together to create this incredible motorcycle restoration project which includes:
1200cc JD engine with generator/distributor
Spoked wheels with hubs and spare rim
Complete petrol tank with caps and oil pump
main switch box parts
2 mudguards and stays (1 x unrestored, 1 x under restoration and spare rear flap)
headlight parts including stays
front and rear stands
half seat pan
reproduction messinger leather cover
spare con rods
This is most of a 1926 JD Harley Davidson and it is now on sale through ebay – please check our listings.
This 1926 OHV Harley Davidson 350cc was a project bike that was almost fully restored by Kevin. He collected and carefully restored its components over many years. It has only recently been put together for viewing purposes in order to show what a magnificent motorcycle it was going to be.
The 1926AA was closely related to the racing single of the day known as a Peashooter and these too have come to be called “Peashooters”. They were sold by Harley Davidson as a speedy road bike to rival the sales of the Indian Prince at the time. Closely related to the Harley side valve ‘Pup’, the OHV version is a much rarer and faster beast.
This particular bike is close to the racing form, built to run with a Bosch FF1 magneto (included) and as a result is much leaner looking than its 1928 brother on this site. It has no lights or switchbox and is year accurate with its nickling and handlebars – someone wanting to make this even sportier will probably fit the racing style handlebars of the period.
This has matching crank-cases but has not had its engine and gearbox rebuilt yet. It is being sold with the main components for these in seperate crates along with various other parts. As can be seen, this bike has most of the difficult to locate parts already such as front and rear stands, nickled tank plate, mudguards (fenders) and stays. It requires very few items to finish it off and most of them, such as the exhaust, are easily purchased. Some further restoration work will be required.
Please note: The following unrestored but non-standard parts for this model are also available to the buyer to purchase for this bike seperately should they wish to:
If you are interested in buying this, you will need to make us an offer in writing prior to the deadline of 17:00pm on Monday 8th December, 2014. Click here for full details on the blind auction process we are using.
It is hoped that collection of this Harley project by the successful buyer may be made as soon as Tuesday the 9th December. Buyers will be responsible for arranging and paying for all packing, packaging, freight, insurance, customs clearance, duties and taxes and any other costs incurred to transport the bike and parts from the agreed collection point. We can put you in contact with a professional international freight company which specialises in antique vehicle transport.
Note that there is also a 1928 Harley OHV single model in this collection which is being sold seperately. Both of these bikes will be able to be viewed together on Sunday 7th December, 2014. The blind auction for the 1928 bike will end one day prior to this bike.