1968 Harley Davidson Motorcycle Runs For The First Time In 30+ Years

Today we will see a magnificent assembly of a vintage motorcycle that has stood for 30 years. This is a 1968 Harley Davidson Sprint 250. So, will it run? Let's get a look. It's very nice to see old bikes light up after sitting for a long time.

The 1968 Harley Davidson Sprint 250 was a small-displacement motorcycle produced by the iconic American motorcycle manufacturer. The Sprint was introduced in 1961 and produced until 1974 in a range of engine sizes, including 250cc.

The Sprint 250 was designed as a lightweight, nimble motorcycle that was ideal for urban commuting and light touring. It featured a comfortable seat, full instrumentation, and an electric starter, which was a new feature at the time.

The styling of the 1968 Harley Davidson Sprint 250 was classic and understated, with a simple, no-frills design that emphasized function over form. The motorcycle was available in several colors, including classic Harley Davidson black, red, and blue.

Watching today's video, you're going to see a 1968 Harley Davidson Sprint 250 in red. Check it out and share it with your friends to enjoy it all together!