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 1980 Sportster Wheel Specs?

Answer Harley-Davidson, a Milwaukee-based company, has been producing its Sportster line of motorcycles continuously since 1957, giving it the honor of being the most continuously-produced vehicle in the ... Read More »
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883 Sportster Specs?

The Harley-Davidson Sportster is a range of motorcycles that have been manufactured since 1957 and continue to be produced as of 2010. Due to its engine displacement, the 883 Sportster represents t... Read More »
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2002 883 Sportster Specs?

The Sportster is the smallest Harley-Davidson model, and in 2002, came with either an 883 cc or 1200 cc engine. The Sportster is classified as a "custom/cruiser," and represents the "minimalist" en... Read More »
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1980 Mustang Specs?

Ford began manufacturing the Mustang in 1964, creating the class of "pony cars" - also called "muscle" or "sports" cars - that would include the Chevrolet Camaro and the Pontiac Firebird. In 1980, ... Read More »
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2004 Sportster Torque Specs?

In 2004, the Harley-Davidson Sportster came in two models with different engine sizes. These were the 1200C and the 883, which are traditional Harley-Davidson styles for the Sportster cruiser group.
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