The Harley-Davidson Sportster XLCH was one of the classic HD’s featuring the usual V-Twin powerplant. The original MSRP was around $1,600, it weighed 452 pounds, and Harley overstated engine displacement to make the bike seem more powerful than it was. Claimed to be a 900, this bike was actually a 883, which produced 50 horsepower and was capable of 120 miles per hour.
The XLCH had a few differences from its’ XLH sibling – it only came with a kickstarter and no battery, and the seats and tanks were also different. For more on the XLCH, check out this write-up from Motorcycle Classics.