1935 Harley-Davidson VLD
Engine no. 35VLD1317
Third of the Pierce collection's VL models, another older restoration, this machine is the most flamboyant, featuring two-tone paint on the gas tanks and fenders, with the art-deco logo on the tank sides set off by a white panel. Successor to the previous J models, the VLs were considerably more road-worthy, with even more robust frames and bigger balloon-type tires, plus they benefited from the era's advances in technology and metallurgy. This example wears the standard sprung solo seat and is equipped with optional chromed saddlebag hangers.
- Please note that this motorcycle is titled under its engine number and its title is in transit.