...And the last year of Pans, so one year only electric start Pans. Only year for 5 gallon tanks with the early shut off, too. Some other one year only and transition stuff.Tony Bones said:If it's a correct bike in good order, '65's are worth more than other Duo-Glides, due to their being the first year of electric start.
I agree with caffeine. If it's all there and runs, 8.5K - 11.5K. If it's an original bike, meaning engine and tranny she shipped with, in good shape and running, all there, 15K all day. A lot depends on the history, of course. Fewer owners, the better, but not critical as long as the parts are all there. The trick is to find one without a bunch of cheap repop crap on it, a so-called "restoration." Me, I'd prefer no restoration at all, a bone stock bike. Good luck!caffeine said:i dunno but there was one on ebay that was advertised as a 65, guy wanted 9k for it (CHEAP) and it was really a 63...something was def. fishy.
id say original stock condition. 13-15 ish.
primary is also a hard part to come by as well as the damn mirrors! (yes, finally found one)