How much is a 1985 Harley Davidson FXR worth?

How much is a 1985 Harley Davidson FXR worth?

**Figure based on a stock 1985 Harley-Davidson FXRS Low Glide valued at $5,400 with OH rates with $100/300K liability/UM/UIM limits.

What is a 1985 Harley Sportster worth?


Excellent $7,745
Very Good $4,810
Good $3,525
Fair $2,975
Poor $2,330

What engine did the FXR have?

Harley-Davidson FXR 1340 Super Glide Engine and Transmission Technical Data
Engine type – Number of cylinders V2, four-stroke
Engine details
Fuel system
Engine size – Displacement – Engine capacity 1337.00 ccm (81.58 cubic inches)

When did Harley-Davidson start making the 74 inch Shovelhead?

1978 Harley-Davidson 74-inch FLH Shovelhead. The bagger types (those who liked the King of the Highway touring package, with batwing fairing and saddlebags) still had their FLHs, but now the market was expanding. Slowly. Too slowly, for the likes of AMF.

What happened to Harley-Davidson FXR4 production?

For 2000, CVO assembled a 1,000-unit run of the FXR4, which marked the real end of FXR production. The old story that Harley launched CVO to use up a dusty pile of FXR frames it found in a corner is not true, according to LeRoy. The tooling was on hand, and the bikes could be built for a limited run without disrupting regular production.

Was the Harley-Davidson FXR the best motorcycle ever built?

The FXR promised to deliver handling to rival sporty bikes from overseas, and the potent performance of an American V-twin. Twenty-eight years later, there are still riders who claim the FXR was the best motorcycle Harley ever built.

When did the Shovelhead V-twin come out?

Retrospective: Harley-Davidson Shovelhead: 1966-1984. The Shovelhead was the third rendition of Harley’s OHV V-twin, following the Knucklehead and the Panhead. When the first Harley OHV twin appeared in 1936 nobody called it a Knuckle, it was just the E-model, or the 61—for cubic inches. Followed in 1941 by the 74-inch F-model.