2014 Harley-davidson Dyna on 2040-motos
Harley-Davidson Dyna description
2014 Dyna HD Dyna Street Bob just about brand new, I upgraded this bike with 17" standard Santee Apes with new LA Chopper Cables,wires and brakes lines. Vintage Style Old School grips, Smaller Mirrors, Skull blinker/taillight covers, Raised Gas tank 2" and Lowered Rear 1.75 along with La Rosa Dyna conversion kit leather Spade bobber seat (450.00) along!!! Sreaming Eagle wires, Cycle Shack slips that sound awesome! Spanish Cross horn cover, Brass Knuckle Foot Pegs (Chrome) Derby and points cover replaced (Aces&Eights). Leather fork bag. Forward controls/new pegs and chrome switch buttons on bars looks awesome black/chrome grips. Chrome rear rack,knuckles screws heads. Bike is beautiful with only 934 miles. Not even broken in yet!!!
Buyer responsible for pick up or shipping.
US Dollars or equivalent
Always Garaged never left outside.
Only selling due to move dropped price twice-will not except anything less.....
Harley-Davidson Dyna for Sale
Moto blogTue, 24 May 2011 00:00:00 -0700
Zero Motorcycles has promoted Abe Askenazi to the position of chief technology officer. A former Buell engineer, Askenazi joined Zero Motorcycles in 2010 as vice president of engineering where he played a vital role in developing the company’s 2011 line-up, overhauling over 80% of Zero’s existing electric motorcycle line-up while adding the Zero XU and street legal versions of the Zero X and Zero MX in just 10 months on the job. “Abe’s ability to effectively execute on an aggressive product development plan, select the best new technologies and rally his team is remarkable.Tue, 18 Oct 2011 00:00:00 -0700
As expected, Harley-Davidson reported a net income of $183.6 million over the third quarter ended Sept. 25, 2011, a 106% increase from the $88.8 million reported in the same quarter of 2010. Harley-Davidson reported sales revenue of $1.23 billion, a 13.4% increase from the $1.09 billion reported in the same quarter of 2010.Wed, 17 Apr 2013 00:00:00 -0700
While on location in the Black Hills of South Dakota, PBS’s Antiques Roadshow stopped by the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum to film a segment on motorcycle toys. In the segment host Mark L. Walberg talks with vintage toy expert Noel Barrett about various American-made, antique, cast iron motorcycle toys. Barrett shares the history of these early toys, some tips about how one might tell a reproduction from the real thing, and offers his valuation on several highlighted examples. Walberg also takes a ride on a vintage Harley-Davidson Servi-Car.
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