Rarer than the '81 Sturgis is the Heritage Edition FLH, only 784 of which ever came off the production line. The first of these bikes came with a gold dipstick, and, after a ceremony at the factory in York, PA, it was whisked off to the Harley museum, where it sits to this day. What made this bike special wasn't just the number manufactured but also the fact that it was the first non-AMF bike produced-that, and its styling. It was the first modern production Harley with the nostalgic look from the '40s and the precursor to bikes such as the Heritage Softail. The designers achieved that look with pieces like the Corbin-Gentry seat (made exclusively for the Heritage Edition), and the Big Bertha bags, all of which were made for this bike and are rarely seen today.
Rarer than the '81 Sturgis is the Heritage Edition FLH, only 784 of which ever came off th