Lot 137

1964 Harley-Davidson Scat

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$1,080 USD | Sold

United States | Auburn, Indiana

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Engine No.
64BTH4330
Documents
Canadian Registration
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Addendum: Please note that this motorcycle has been in storage for the past few years and will require recommissioning prior to use.

In 1947, Harley-Davidson released a 125-cc, two-stroke motorcycle called the S-125. The S-125 was based on the German-made DKW RT125 and quickly gained popularity, selling 10,000 models in the first seven months of production. Over the years Harley-Davidson made improvements and variations of this two-stroke platform and in 1962 released the Scat. It was a scrambler-style, dual-purpose motorcycle with a high-mounted front fender, high exhaust, high handlebars, and softer suspension for improved off-road use. These two-stroke scramblers have become highly collectible and look great alongside a full-size Harley-Davidson.

The example on offer displayed 2,604 miles at cataloguing time. Believed to be highly original, it is a great candidate for restoration or preservation.