After the rise and passing of Harley Davidson's famous J Models, (1915 to 1929) Harley came out in 1930 with the new side valve motor design for their 45ci models as well as their big twin line up. In 1933, Harley introduced their very beautiful paint schemes and gone was their tried and true olive drab or other monotone paint color with a pinstripe or two to accent their models. This nearly perfect 1933 74ci. beauty has been adorned with their mandarin red and black paint scheme with the Phoenix or Eagle design on the side of the gas tanks and beautifully hand laid gold pin striping. Judged by the AMCA through the Junior and Senior First classes, this bike has earned it's place in the winner circle while being scored in the very high nineties on a scale of one hundred. This motorcycle has been restored inside and out with professional attention to detail on every nut, bolt and any other part that was installed back on the bike. The motor and trans was handed off to Jim Trochet for a no expense spared complete mechanical rebuild with many other parts and work coming from Steve Slocombe. Every sub component such as wheel hubs, front forks, seat post, speedometer, you name it has been fully rebuilt. In my many years in this industry, very seldom have I seen such a perfect motorcycle. Excellent runner and ready for any show or would be an excellent to any high class museum or private collection.

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