Harley Davidson racing dates back to shortly after they started
production in 1903. From Hill Climbs to Board Tracks, then later on
to the Flat Track, the Harley Davidson XR750 became a dominate
force. Paying homage to the XR750 with a street legal version was
the goal and the XR1000 was born. Using a Ironhead Sportster as the
donor, the XR1000 received a number or factory bits to give the
world a factory built "Street Tracker". This superb example is
truly a museum quality pieces, a time capsule with only 924
original miles. The sportiest bike to leave the Harley factory in
the 1980's, this collector grade XR1000 is the cream of the
1984 Harley-Davidson Sportster
Location:Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin
Exterior Color:Harley Davidson Gray
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