1939 Harley UL motor for sale

Flathead fever!
Nice 1939 UL motor to start a project with. Matching belly numbers, nice VIN, 13 fin 80" ULH cylinders, new old stock Flathead Power aluminum high compression heads. Nice looking cases with only minor welding on an old front left side motor mount fix. No carb, or generator. The motor seems to be in decent shape, would probably need just a light refresh/clean-up and misc little parts will consider quick sale with bill or sale, but i am working on getting a title for a little more. email for questions or to buy

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Commented on 9-19-2012 At 01:22 am

I'm really interested in this ! I want a flathead 80 so bad

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