By The Numbers

Made In America

Harley-Davidson

**3 **Single-cylinder motorcycles manufactured in 1903 by William Harley and brothers Arthur, Walter and William Davidson in a backyard shed in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

50 Harleys manufactured in 1906 at the then-new factory on Juneau Avenue

90,000 Harley WLA models purchased by the U.S. Army for use in World War II

75,000 Harleys produced at the height of AMF ownership in 1975, when quality suffered

**30,000 **Harleys produced in 1982, after management bought the company back from AMF and quality improved

**92 **Years it took Harley to surpass 100,000 units per annum

**5 **Years it took Harley to surpass 200,000 units per annum

**4 **Years it took Harley to surpass 300,000 units per annum

317,289 Harleys manufactured in 2004, the most recent year for which records are available

**4.3 million **Total Harleys manufactured from 1903-2004

**2 ** Mad Frenchmen campaigning a Harley-Davidson Street Rod in endurance racing. Both Harley-Davidson France employees, Jean-Luc Mars is managing director and Chachaut Xavier technical service manager. Vive le difference!

Buell

**2 **RW750 two-stroke roadracers manufactured in 1983-'84 by Erik Buell in a barn in Milwaukee, Wisconsin

**52 **RR1000s manufactured in 1987-'88, Buell's first Harley-Davidson-powered model

1702 Thunderbolt S2s manufactured in 1995-'96, after Harley-Davidson acquired a minority share in Buell
5843 Buells manufactured in 1998, after Harley-Davidson acquired a majority share

18,000 Tube-frame Buells voluntarily recalled by Harley-Davidson in 1988

10,943 Buells manufactured in 2002, the year the XB series was introduced

9857 Buells manufactured in 2004, the most recent year for which records are available

70,384 Total Buells manufactured from 1983-2004