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In name only, Harley Davidson is a Harley rider singles dating network where Harley riders and lovers are able to search for riding buddies, lifetime love, open road companionship, or simply some Harley friends to share their experiences and passion for all things about Harley motorcycle riding.Having a common hobby is the most important point for attracting to each other.Eric Eric Hi, the guy who is dealing with me is called Peter but I don't have a surname. It also shows the state of HD UK's product awareness,re the non use of frame numbers on pre 70 Domestic models.This is a picture of my engine number, you can see it is the spit for the one you posted. I sent off this picture and an overall shot almost a week ago and I haven't had a rejection yet (which I'm hoping is a good sign). You're right Dave, it was the DVLA approved list (V765/1) that included the guy who I went to for dating - and I still got knocked back. Part of their reply said that DVLA do not normally accept dating evidence from experts when existing companies are still trading and asked me to provide any evidence I have from Harley-Davidson to demonstrate their inability or unwillingness to provide the evidence.If not he can be reached at H-D Customer Service on 414-343-4056.Pete is a former Milwaukee motor officer and when he sees the photo of your engine number he should have a good idea whether or not it was stamped at the factory. The DVLA is an arse,this is they're own list of approved clubs for dating certificates,and many of the makes are still in production. 240513.pdf" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; What info you get,seems to depend on who speaks to you on that day.Hi Robbie, back in 1985 I registered my model u after buying it 12 years previously I had someone come round from the police traffic division to look at it. June/82Hi Robbie, back in 1985 I registered my model u after buying it 12 years previously I had someone come round from the police traffic division to look at it. June/82 Thanks Oz, I am still progressing my registration with DVLA. In the meantime I also have some hopes (in parallel) that HD U. After 6-months he got the photos back & a letter from the MV-director that the vehicle complies with all safty rules & is in good working order! They said the bike was not in the system for so long that he couldt take the Title that was in his hand & put it in his name! As I said before, I have two lines of possible outcome running at the moment.I explained there was no number on the frame and showed him the engine number to date it, he issued me with a chassis number to get my mot and this was written on the mot certificate.which was changed to a age related plate when I taxed it , I know things have changed since then but maybe this is of some use. I explained there was no number on the frame and showed him the engine number to date it, he issued me with a chassis number to get my mot and this was written on the mot certificate.which was changed to a age related plate when I taxed it , I know things have changed since then but maybe this is of some use. --So What he got now is a NEW TITLE that says its a 1993--this is when it happened & the Title says its a RESTO Title-(restoration)-They gave it a new serial # which said it was a 66FLH_______----Except on the title it had a PREFIX of S66FLH______. HD in Wisconsin have asked me to send them a close-up (in focus) picture of the engine number and an overall picture of the bike.
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Walt, is the person you are currently in contact with at H-D named Pete Simet?
Some are receptive to the idea of old bikes/cars and sympathetic and some are just twats. There is a rake of stuff you need to send with your application form including:- * The application form (V55/5) * A statement of exemption from M.o. requirements (V112) * Copy of your driving licence * Original insurance cover note (insure on the engine number) * Two utility bills confirming your name/address.
* Fee of £55 * Evidence of dating of the machine (it may need to be inspected to verify dating).
Along with all the other stuff you have to send I have now added the letter from Harley UK and (some of) the emails from Harley US. It would have been a lot easier for me to have sorted it face to face in Birmingham, but they won't even put Birmingham on the phone to me even though they aren't due to close the local office until the end of 2013. Hi All,where should i start regarding registering my bike,im confused,(easily done these days)im restoring a wlc,i have an engine number,nothing on the frame,no paperwork,just reseat from seller,origenal frame .engine,gearbox,springer,and tanks,well,oil tank,any help would be a blessing,,? Russ Hi, just a couple of questions:- * Are you in the U. * Does anything lead you to believe it has been registered before?