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1961 Harley-Davidson Pacer

Highlights

  • Painted HiFi Flamingo. Just for the little lady. This is a stock color for 1961.
  • Bike has been gone through. It is 95% Harley.
  • All the Black is blasted off, & powder coated. Sheet metal has a clear base coat.
  • All chrome is redone.
  • Wheels rebuilt. New bearings & spokes and original tires.
  • New cables.
  • Motor has been rebuild. Pistons, rings, bearings, seals, new clutch disc., and carburetor has been rebuilt.
  • All hardware is new or cad plated or parkerized.
  • Rebuilt speedometer
  • Painted HiFi Flamingo. Just for the little lady. This is a stock color for 1961.
  • Bike has been gone through. It is 95% Harley.
  • All the Black is blasted off, & powder coated. Sheet metal has a clear base coat.
  • All chrome is redone.
  • Wheels rebuilt. New bearings & spokes and original tires.
  • New cables.
  • Motor has been rebuild. Pistons, rings, bearings, seals, new clutch disc., and carburetor has been rebuilt.
  • All hardware is new or cad plated or parkerized.
  • Rebuilt speedometer

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Harley-Davidson Hummer Pacer: history, specs, pictures


The Harley-Davidson Hummer was a single cylinder, two-stroke Road motorcycle produced by Harley-Davidson between 1955 and 1959. It could reach a top speed of 50 mph (80 km/h).

Engine[edit | edit source]

A 52.0mm bore x 58.0mm stroke result in a displacement of just 125.0 cubic centimeters.

Chassis[edit | edit source]

It came with a 3.25-19 front tire and a 3.25-19 rear tire. Stopping was achieved via expanding brake (drum brake) in the front and a expanding brake (drum brake) in the rear. The front suspension was a girder-rubber springs while the rear was equipped with a rigid. The Hummer was fitted with a 1.74 Gallon (6.60 Liters) fuel tank. The bike weighed just 169.98 pounds (77.1 Kg). The wheelbase was 51.18 inches (1300 mm) long.

1949[edit | edit source]

  • 1949 Harley-Davidson Hummer S125

  • 1949 Harley-Davidson Hummer S125

  • 1949 Harley-Davidson Hummer S125

  • 1949 Harley-Davidson Hummer S125

  • 1949 Harley-Davidson Hummer S125

  • 1949 Harley-Davidson Hummer S125

  • 1949 Harley-Davidson Hummer S125

  • 1949 Harley-Davidson Hummer S125

1950[edit | edit source]

  • 1950 Harley-Davidson Hummer in Red

  • 1950 Harley-Davidson Hummer in Red

  • 1950 Harley-Davidson Hummer in Red

  • 1950 Harley-Davidson Hummer in Red

1951[edit | edit source]

  • 1951 Harley-Davidson Hummer S125

  • 1951 Harley-Davidson Hummer S125

  • 1951 Harley-Davidson Hummer S125

  • 1951 Harley-Davidson Hummer S125

  • 1951 Harley-Davidson Hummer S125

  • 1951 Harley-Davidson Hummer S125

  • 1951 Harley-Davidson Hummer S125

1958[edit | edit source]

  • 1958 Harley-Davidson Hummer

  • 1958 Harley-Davidson Hummer

  • 1958 Harley-Davidson Hummer

  • 1958 Harley-Davidson Hummer

  • 1958 Harley-Davidson Hummer

  • 1958 Harley-Davidson Hummer

  • 1958 Harley-Davidson Hummer

1960[edit | edit source]

  • 1960 Harley-Davidson Hummer 165

  • 1960 Harley-Davidson Hummer 165

  • 1960 Harley-Davidson Hummer 165

  • 1960 Harley-Davidson Hummer 165

  • 1960 Harley-Davidson Hummer 165

  • 1960 Harley-Davidson Hummer 165

1962[edit | edit source]

  • 1962 Harley-Davidson Pacer

  • 1962 Harley-Davidson Pacer

  • 1962 Harley-Davidson Pacer

  • 1962 Harley-Davidson Pacer

  • 1962 Harley-Davidson Pacer

  • 1962 Harley-Davidson Pacer

  • 1962 Harley-Davidson Pacer

  • 1962 Harley-Davidson Pacer

  • 1962 Harley-Davidson Pacer

  • 1962 Harley-Davidson Pacer

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The Harley Davidson Pacer is one of a series of two-stroke, three-speed small displacement thumpers made by HD from 1948 to 1966. After World War II, blueprints for a 125cc bike created by DKW were given to the US, UK, and the Soviet Union as a tiny part of war reparations. In addition to the Pacer, this also resulted in the creation of the BSA Bantam and the MMZ M-1A, better known as the Minsk. Many of you may remember the Minsk as Richard Hammond’s choice of bike to travel across Vietnam as part of a Top Gear special. He likened it to the AK-47 – cheap, reliable, and easy to repair.

Harley Davidson Pacer - 1

The Harley Davidson Pacer was 6th in the series. Produced for only 3 years, (from 1962-1965) it was the first to get a recently-enlarged 175cc engine. After only one year, the frame was heavily redesigned. This bike is a 1962, so it does not benefit from the redesign and it retains the hard-tail frame.

Harley Davidson Pacer - 2

Unfortunately, by this point in time, Japan had started to dominate the small motorcycle market, particularly the 90-250cc bikes coming from Honda. Harley ended up buying the Italian company, Aermacchi, and moved small bike production out to Italy.

Harley Davidson Pacer - 3

This specific Harley Davidson Pacer is the beneficiary of a complete restoration performed two years ago after being discovered in a barn in Kansas. It comes with books, service manuals, and some spare parts. The owner is asking for top-level money, but as long as you can get solid documentation of the restoration, you might be getting one of the best Pacers in the United States. It’s time to find this bike a new owner who will wring it out to its top speed of around 45mph, surrounded in a cloud of two-stroke smoke!

Harley Davidson Pacer - 4

Find this Harley Davidson Pacer here on Craigslist for $6,400 in Ada, Oklahoma.

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Harley-Davidson Hummer

Unrestored Harley-Davidson Hummer

The Hummer was a motorcycle model manufactured by Harley-Davidson from 1955 to 1959. However, the name "Hummer" is now incorrectly used generically to refer to all American-made single-cylinder two-stroke Harley-Davidson motorcycles manufactured from 1948 to 1966.[1] These motorcycles were based on the DKWRT125, the drawings for which were taken from Germany as war reparations after World War II.[2] The RT125 drawings were also given to the United Kingdom and the Soviet Union as war reparations, resulting in the BSA Bantam and the MMZ M-1A Moskva, later known as the Minsk.

Model S-125 (1948–1952)[edit]

ManufacturerHarley-Davidson Motor Company
Also called"Hummer" (current usage), "American Lightweight"
Parent companyHarley-Davidson Inc.
Production31,793
AssemblyMilwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
SuccessorModel 165
Classeconomy
Enginesingle-cylinder two stroke 125 cc
Bore / stroke2.06 in × 2.28 in (52 mm × 58 mm)
Compression ratio6.6:1
Top speed50 mph (80 km/h)
Power3 hp (2.2 kW)
Transmission3-speed foot shift
SuspensionFront: girder with rubber springs
Rear: rigid
BrakesFront and rear drums
Tires3.25" x 19"
Wheelbase50 in (1,300 mm)
Weight170 lb (dry)
Fuel capacity1.75 US gal (6.6 L), including 1 US qt (0.95 L) reserve
RelatedModel 165
Hummer
Super 10
Topper
Ranger
Pacer
Scat
Bobcat

The Model 125[9] or S-125[10] was introduced by Harley-Davidson in 1947 as a 1948 model.[10] The 125 cc two-stroke engine produced three horsepower, which was sent through a three-speed foot-shift transmission. The front suspension used girder forks suspended by large rubber bands, which proved to be problematic because they broke and were unavailable from H.D. after the early 1960s.

A two-man seat was an available option, but proved to be unpopular likely because the machine was underpowered for two.

Like most vehicles at the time, the 1949 model was six volt and had a bulb and reflector headlight assembly.

Ten thousand Model S-125s were sold during the first seven months of 1947. Despite largely being ignored by dealers, the 125 gained a large following among young riders, many of whom would go on to ride larger motorcycles.

The rubber-band front suspension was replaced in 1951 by a telescopic fork referred to as "Tele-Glide".[1]

Model 165 (1953–1959)[edit]

The Model 165 replaced the S-125 in 1953. The engine was increased in size to 165 cc.

Hummer (1955–1959)[edit]

The Hummer was added to Harley-Davidson's model line in 1955. It was a stripped-down basic model using a redesigned "B-model" engine with the old 125 cc capacity. It was named after Dean Hummer, a Harley dealer in Omaha, Nebraska who led national Harley two-stroke sales.[2]

The Hummer was as basic as it could have been. It had magneto ignition and was sold without battery, electric horn, turn signals, or brake light.[1]

Super 10 (1960–1961)[edit]

The Model 165 and the Hummer were both replaced by the Super 10 in 1960. The Super 10 used a 165 cc version of the "B-model" engine previously used in 125 cc form in the Hummer.

Ranger (1962)[edit]

The Ranger was an off-road Harley-Davidson motorcycle without lights, made only in 1962. It had an extra-low final-drive ratio of 7.0:1 (12-tooth countershaft gear and 84-tooth rear sprocket) with neither lighting system nor front fender. It is believed to have been built to consume their supply of 165 cc engines, which would not be needed for their other models.[12]

Pacer (1962–1965)[edit]

The Pacer was the replacement for the Super-10. It used the newly enlarged 175 cc B-model engine.

In 1963, one year into production, the frame of the Pacer was heavily redesigned. The new frame incorporated rear suspension through an "L"-shaped swingarm that actuated a spring mounted horizontally under the engine.[13][14] The seat and rear fender were supported on a subframe bolted to the main frame.[14]

Scat (1962–1965)[edit]

The Scat was a dual-purpose motorcycle based on the Pacer. It had a high-mounted front fender, high handlebars, softer springs supporting the seat, a "scrambler"-style high-mounted exhaust pipe, and street-legal off-road tyres. The extra-low final-drive ratio of the Ranger was available on the Scat as an option. The Scat also received the Pacer's new frame in 1963.[12]

Bobcat (1966)[edit]

The Bobcat was the last of the RT125-based Harleys and the only one offered in 1966, its only year in production. Based on the '63-'65 Pacer frame, it had ABS resin bodywork moulded in one piece that covered the tank and the rear tire and supported the seat. It was the only RT125-based Harley with a standard dual seat.[17]

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Notes[edit]

References[edit]

  • Field, Greg (2002). "Hummers, Scats, and Toppers The Milwaukee Two-Strokes". In Holmstrom, Darwin (ed.). The Harley-Davidson Century. St. Paul, MN USA: MBI Publishing. pp. 112–113. ISBN . Retrieved 2012-12-26.
  • Mitchel, Doug (1997). Harley-Davidson Chronicle - An American Original. Publications International. ISBN .
  • Mitchel, Doug (1997). "1948 Harley-Davidson S-125". Motorcycle Classics. Publications International. pp. 62–63. ISBN .
  • Rafferty, Tod (Dec 1, 2001). "FL 1947 and 125 Model S 1948". Illustrated Directory of Harley-Davidson Motorcycles. MotorBooks International. pp. 130–133. ISBN .
  • Wilson, Hugo (1995). The Encyclopedia of the Motorcycle. Dorling-Kindersley. ISBN .
  • Wright, David K. (1987) [1983]. "Chapter Three: Iron". The Harley-Davidson Motor Company: An Official Eighty-Year History (Second ed.). Motorbooks International. pp. 46–97. ISBN .
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