1941 Harley Davidson Knucklehead - Harley-Davidson is an American motorcycle manufacturer that specializes in heavyweight motorcycles designed for highway cruising. Noted for distinct styling and exhaust sound, Harley-Davison has established itself as a world-renowned brand and is a major influential source of the modern chopper. Harley Davidson Knucklehead 1941 Mint chopper built for hotrodder and kept in a museum, must been seen to be appreciated!
Harley Davidson Knucklehead 1941 By the time this bike was built Harley was offering a range of factory-fitted accessory packages. Extras on this WLD include chrome spotlights, chrome trim on the mudguards, and a front fender light..
1941 Harley Davidson Knucklehead Picture
1941 Harley Davidson Knucklehead SPECIFICATIONS
• ENGINE Side-valve, V-twin
• CAPACITY 45cu. in. (738cc)
• POWER OUTPUT 25bhp (est.)
• TRANSMISSION Three-speed, chain drive
• FRAME Tubular cradle
• SUSPENSION Leading-link front forks, rigid rear
• WEIGHT 692lb (314kg)
• TOP SPEED 96mph (155km/h)
The 1941 model shown here is rare because by this date most of Harley’s production was devoted to military machines. The 45s were basic, robust machines that made them ideal for converting to military bikes. Just like their big brother, the 45s now had teardrop tanks with an integrated instrument panel and curved mudguards, creating a quality range that further established 1941 Harley Davidson Knucklehead as the market leader.