Harley-Davidson plans to issue a $650 million securitization of motorcycle loans, according to a deal prospectus filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.

The deal, Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Trust 2013-1, will consist of four tranches of class A notes and a single tranche of class B notes sized at $22.46 million.  Citigroup, JP Morgan and RBS are lead bookrunners on the deal.

Castle Oak Securities, Wells Fargo, Mizuho Securities and Goldman Sachs are co-managers on the deal.

Standard & Poor’s said that the deal, when issued, will bring year-to-date auto-related issuance to $26 billion. That means volumes are running slightly behind the ratings agency’s projection of $105 billion for all of 2013.


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