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This particular version of a famous US make became familiar to Britons during World War II when it was the motorcycle of the American military forces. It illustrates the US preference for rugged construction and ample engine power. British military machines, in contrast, were never of more than 500cc.
The Harley-Davidson, with a weight of over 450lb, was decidedly too heavy for cross-country riding.
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|Manufacturer||Harley-Davidson Motor Co.|
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