34 Fantastic Harley-Davidson Ads From The 1970s

William Harley and Davidson brothers founded the company in 1903. In the following years, Harley Davidson made bikes that many people adopted as their dominant symbol. It developed a fierce image of violet machismo, but was known for comfort.

Below is a collection of 34 wonderful vintage ads of Harley-Davidson during the 1970s.

The Harley-Davidson Out-Performers for 1970
Meet Baja 100 The Desert-Rat, 1970
7 mph the pegs, of flat out at 70, 1970
Sportster makes the dust the others eat, 1970
Baja wins in wild country, 1971
Super Glide FX call it the night train, 1971
Sprint SS gets it all together, 1971
Leggero Mini cycle… maxi fun, 1971
New Sprint SX350. Light the fire and hang on!, 1971
Sportster. Pull the trigger!, 1971
Electra Glide. On the road it stands alone, 1971
Rapido. The starchy torquer, 1971
Sprint SS350 another outperformer from Harley-Davidson, 1972
Baja 100. Another outperformer from Harley-Davidson, 1972
Sportster 1000. Another outperformer from Harley-Davidson, 1972
Sprint SX350. Another outperformer from Harley-Davidson, 1972
Rapido. Another outperformer from Harley-Davidson, 1972
Leggero. Another outperformer from Harley-Davidson, 1972
Super Glide. Another outperformer from Harley-Davidson, 1972
Shortster… the mini-cycle that’s mighty like a motorcycle, 1972
Harley-Davidson X90. The Great American Freedom Machine, 1972
Harley-Davidson Z90. The Great American Freedom Machine, 1973
Harley-Davidson SX-350. The Great American Freedom Machine, 1973
Harley-Davidson TX-125. The Great American Freedom Machine, 1973
All new Harley-Davidson SX-175, 1973
Harley-Davidson XLCH-1000, 1973
Harley-Davidson SS-350, 1973
Harley-Davidson FX-1200, 1973
Harley-Davidson FX-1200, 1974
Harley-Davidson suggests: give your family the finest gift of all, 1974
Harley-Davidson SR-100, 1974
Satisfying millions of motorcyclists is easy, 1975
Dual in the sun, 1975
Until you’ve been on a Harley-Davidson you haven’t been on a motorcycle, 1979

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