1969 | Harley-Davidson KR 750

 

EUR 75.000 JPY 9.611.250 BGN 146.685 CZK 1.909.875 DKK 557.828 GBP 62.468 HUF 28.470.000 PLN 359.602 RON 371.175 SEK 801.698 CHF 76.852 ISK 10.650.000 NOK 739.485 HRK 567.525 RUB 8.790.075 TRY 1.166.318 AUD 115.238 BRL 431.985 CAD 106.185 CNY 528.465 HKD 654.255 IDR 1.202.502.000 ILS 271.140 INR 6.337.612 KRW 100.695.000 MXN 1.714.185 MYR 351.015 NZD 123.630 PHP 4.297.125 SGD 113.625 THB 2.737.875 ZAR 1.291.088

 

Harley-Davidson KR 750

Harley-Davidson KR 750

Harley-Davidson KR 750

Harley-Davidson KR 750

Harley-Davidson KR 750

Harley-Davidson KR 750

Harley-Davidson KR 750

Harley-Davidson KR 750
Harley-Davidson KR 750
Harley-Davidson KR 750
Harley-Davidson KR 750
Harley-Davidson KR 750
Harley-Davidson KR 750
Harley-Davidson KR 750
1969 | Harley-Davidson KR 750

EUR 75.000 JPY 9.611.250 BGN 146.685 CZK 1.909.875 DKK 557.828 GBP 62.468 HUF 28.470.000 PLN 359.602 RON 371.175 SEK 801.698 CHF 76.852 ISK 10.650.000 NOK 739.485 HRK 567.525 RUB 8.790.075 TRY 1.166.318 AUD 115.238 BRL 431.985 CAD 106.185 CNY 528.465 HKD 654.255 IDR 1.202.502.000 ILS 271.140 INR 6.337.612 KRW 100.695.000 MXN 1.714.185 MYR 351.015 NZD 123.630 PHP 4.297.125 SGD 113.625 THB 2.737.875 ZAR 1.291.088

 

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Thijs Lempens

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**Harley-Davidson 1969 KR 750 road racer 744 cc side valve V-twin engine # 69KR2001
**
When it was introduced in 1952, the Model K was as radical a machine for Harley-Davidson as the Knucklehead had been in 1936, and the company presented it as a fully modern motorcycle.
With full suspension front and rear, a unit-construction engine, modest weight, foot shift/hand controls and clean styling, the K was clearly intended to address foreign competition in the U.S. market.
The KR750 was the racing version of the roadster Model K, destined for glory on America’s flat tracks.
The AMA rules for Class C racing favoured the homebuilt 750cc side valve engine, which was pitted against 500cc OHV singles and twins.
But that didn’t mean that the side-valve engine was as antiquated as some would think.
The company’s dogged development of the old side valve design was simply remarkable, and the KR750 held its own on the track against supposedly superior machinery.
The KR750s dominated American dirt-track and beach racing in the 1950s and ‘60s, and in 1956 they won every Class C National race.
Between 1955 and 1969, KR750s won 12 of 15 Daytona 200 races as well.
The 744cc engine in standard form only developed some 50 hp but the power delivery was so smooth that the machine was highly controllable.
Many tuners, both professional and garage mechanics knew how to squeeze more power out of the units.
By the final year of production for the road-racing KR model (the 1969 KRTT), it was timed at 150 mph on Daytona’s banking.
Less than 500 KRs were made in its 15-year production run so they are pretty rare birds nowadays.
The machine on offer was made in the last year of KR production.
She’s in good condition and is fitted with dual Tillotson carbs, rev counter, twin leading shoe front brake and disc rear brake.

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