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1972 AMF Harley-Davidson MC65 Shortster Mini Cycle

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Posted 6 years ago

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This Shortster was custom built as a tribute to the CRUISE benifit ride held each year (this will be the 12th) for the Ronald McDonald House in Rochester Minnesota. It will be sold at the live auction held after the ride. All proceeds will go to the Ronald McDonald House. There will be NO RESERVE!!! These little bikes are Very Rare, only having been produced 1 year. It has a 65cc-2 stroke engine with a 3 speed transmission and clutch. Everything that could be replaced, has been. Everything else has been repaired or rebuilt. Only the handgrips, tires and seat cover are other than stock parts. The parts that I have yet to find are the speedometer cable, high beam indicator light and the small chainguard that attaches to the drive chain cover. It will include an original owners manual, parts and repair manual on cd. I will also include a new set of rings and gaskets for the top end (these are almost impossible to find). So plan on attending the CRUISE benifit ride July 22, 1021 in Rochester Minnesota and you could become the proud owner of this rare little beauty.


  1. walksoftly walksoftly, 5 years ago
    Very nice & a worthy cause!
    How much money was raised for Ronald McDonald House?
  2. dhowiec, 5 years ago
    In it's 12th year, The Cruise has raiaed over 1 million dollars for the Ronald McDonald House in Rochester, MN. The McShortster brought a bid of $3000.00. This was the highest bid (more than double) on any item in the 12 year history of the ride. See you there !!!
  3. walksoftly walksoftly, 5 years ago
    Good luck this year, hat's off to you for the work & money you've put into this worthy project.
    I had family that had to stay at a Ronald McDonald House & it made the time away from home so much better for them.

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