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2009 Harley-davidson Dyna on 2040-motos

US $13,900.00
YearYear:2009 MileageMileage:7
Location:

Cody, Wyoming, United States

Cody, Wyoming, United States
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Harley-Davidson Dyna photos

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Harley-Davidson Dyna tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1,800 For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller TypeType:Cruiser

Harley-Davidson Dyna description

2009 CVO Harley Fat Bob with 110 cubic inch Screamin' Eagle engine.
Lots of extra chrome, with Willie G skulls everywhere.
Garage kept and mechanic owned.  Single owner.
"Sunday driver" only
7900 miles 
$13,900 OBO

I'm only selling this because I got a nerve injury in my left leg resulting in foot drop and can't upshift, so I'm gonna get a bagger with heel/toe shift instead.

I have customized it with Willie G Davidson skulls, a chrome battery cover, luggage rack w sissy bar, white sidewall tire and cold weather connector for a heated suit. The fuel gauge is the upgrade  LED lights rather than the old school gauge. 

As I am a mechanic, I have all the shop manuals from harley as well as the owners manuals.  I make notes in them to guide work, so they have some annotations in them, but are in great shape.  

It has some very minor scratches and blemishes, I have pointed them out in the pictures, they are hard to see. They are basic minimal stuff that most would miss, but you will notice when you detail the bike. There are no major cosmetic issues that the usual observer would notice. Each side of the gas tank has a tiny spot that I noticed when the bike was new, and Harley said it was " a product of the unique custom paint and not warrantable" Those are the pics where I am pointing to the small spot. There are some goofy scratches on the right down tube, I have no idea where they came from. Maybe when the bike was shipped in my last move?

Both tires have great deep tread remaining.
This bike is mechanically sound; engine, battery, transmission, brakes, etc all solid without any issues.   The 110 cubic inch engine is a monster.  It really gets you anywhere.  triple discs and solid suspension make cruising a pleasure, rather than chore, like on some super customs. If you are doing anything practical the sissy bar is nice to attach a bag to.  This bike proves that beauty does not have to be painful.

This is a solid, beautiful bike that turns heads.

Buyer responsible for shipping, title, etc. 

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