5 Cheapest Harleys Sold At Las Vegas Motorcycle Auction

Yes, there is such a thing as a cheap Harley. 5 Harleys recently sold at auction for less than $2,500! (No, this XLCR Harley Cafe Racer is not one of them)

So many people complain how expensive Harleys are, especially at a motorcycle auction. One of the biggest motorcycle auctions is held by Mecum at the South Point Hotel Casino & Spa in January each year. And some of these bikes sold

or more than $100,000. But there were deals to be had too.

American Iron Magazine publisher and classic motorcycle enthusiast and racer Buzz Kanter was there to cover the action and write it up for a future issue of American Iron Magazine.

But, just to give you the headlines, here are the 5 Harley motorcycles that sold for less than $2,500 including commission.


The cheapest Harley sold for $1,100 (including commission) was a project 1967 FLH Shovelhead.

The second cheapest was a 1999 FLH project bike for $1,650.

Number 3 was a 1983 project FXR with no engine for $1,650.

The fourth cheapest Harley to sell was a 1996 FLH for $2,200 (including commission)

And the last Harley to sell for less than $2,500 was a 1966 250 Sprint for $2,475.

A full report with all the detail and lots of photos of the American motorcycle sold there in an upcoming issue of American Iron Magazine, the world’s best selling magazine in the field.

American motorcycle brands sold at this auction include Big Bear, Big Dog, Brass Balls, Buell, Champion Trike,  Cushman, Excelsior, Excelsior Henderson, Exile, Flying Merkel, Harley-Davidson, Henderson, Indian, Jefferson, Marsh Metz, Merkel, Mustang, Ner A Car, Pope, Powell, Sears, Spacke, Thor, Victory and Whizzer.

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