1999 Harley Davidson MT500 w/ electric start

1999 Harley-Davidson Other

Harley-Davidson Other 1999 technical specifications

Condition: Used
Item location: Tarawa Terrace, North Carolina, United States
Make: Harley-Davidson
Model: Other
Type: Dual-Purpose
Year: 1999
Mileage: 975
VIN: 1hd4rls19xy000085
Color: Green
Engine size: 500
Vehicle Title: Clear
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1999 Harley Davidson MT500 with ELECTRIC START. this bike is one of only 100 ever manufactured by Harley Davidson. About 975 milesLess the 100 miles ago the oil, il filter, ir filter and fuel filter where are replaced with new OEM parts .Oil was replaced with 20w-50 motorcycle AMSOIL .Brake system was flushed about 4-5 cycles with new AMSOIL dot4 brake fluid.Chain maintained with AMSOIL ChainlubeI have all the tools shown in the picture and H-D mt500 manual still is excellent condition.New OEM Extra oil and air filter come with the bikeA new OEM extra seat cover comes with the bike, here is a pin hole in the seat cover that's not noticeable unless it's pointed out.


( Do not compare the rare U.S. MT500’s with non U.S. models. Only 1999 & 2000’s are U.S

In England, rmstrong Motorcycles produced;
MT’s from 1983 to 1992. The MT350’s all went to the British Army and the fewMT500’s went to Jordan and the Canadian Military’s.

In 1993 Harley-Davidson bought the Armstrong Motorcycles for the right to use the Rotax engines in some of their dirt track racers. In 1995 Harley-Davidson produced about 20 U.S. MT500’s for the U.S. market. (about 3500 from 95 to 2000 although most were not U.S. bikes) Some were made for the U.S. Military. One was kept by Harley- Davidson and now displayed at the Harley-Davidson Museum.

They made 278 U.S. MT500’s in 1999’s and less U.S. MT500’s in 2000.
Thus making the U.S. MT500’s one of the rarest and lowest production motorcyclesever made by Harley-Davidson in this Country for the past 100 years.

The U.S. Military had 15 new ones left that they did not use for testing. On Friday July 21, 000 the Military put an ad in the Stars & Stripes newspaper for these remaining bikes. They had such a large response they had to have a raffle for the bikes.

Reliable sources have only found about 50, 999’s and about 25, 000’s. Several non-U.S. bikes and a very very few 1995 to 97 U.S. bikes. Most of these bikes are in dealerships museums, r in a private collector museum.

Parts are readily available from ForceMotorcycles or KLMotorsport of Great Britten. ( They purchased the entire MT parts inventory from Harley-Davidson.

I have not had any mechanical issues with this motorcycle nor do I foresee any mechanical issues of any kind.

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