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1974 AMF Harley Davidson Sprint 350
1974 AMF Harley-Davidson Sprint 350
1974 AMF Harley-Davidson Sprint 350
1974 AMF Harley-Davidson Sprint 350
1974 AMF Harley-Davidson Sprint 350
1974 AMF Harley-Davidson Sprint 350
1974 AMF Harley Davidson Sprint 350 1974 AMF Harley Davidson Sprint 350 1974 AMF Harley Davidson Sprint 350 1974 AMF Harley Davidson Sprint 350 1974 AMF Harley Davidson Sprint 350

1974 AMF Harley-Davidson Sprint 350

After Indian closed in 1953, Harley-Davidson dominated the domestic market. In 1960, Harley-Davidson purchased half of the motorcycle division of the Italian Aermacchi firm, which began producing Harley-Davidson-branded bikes like the Sprint in order to compete with the growing popularity of Japanese makes. In 1974, under the ownership of AMF, Harley-Davidson purchased the remaining holdings of Aermacchi, which then took over production of Harley-Davidson’s two-stroke motorcycles.  Aermacchi was sold in 1978 when it could no longer offer models to compete with the newly dominant Japanese and European manufacturers.

Collection of Glendale Harley-Davidson

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