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2003 Harley Davidson Fat Boy on 2040-motos

$12,900
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:18
Location:

Oshkosh, Wisconsin

Oshkosh, WI

Harley-Davidson Other description

2003 Harley Davidson Fat Boy, 18456mis, Exterior: Black, Fuel injected,original owner,terrific condition,not a scratch on it,have pre-owned only synthetic oils since new,detachable windshield and passenger back rest,power command III,stage two intake,Vance and Hines longshots exhaust,awesome sound,(entire Harley skull collection-passenger and driver foot boards,mirrors,highway pegs,gas cap,engine covers,shift linkage,etc.),sundowner seat,detachable BossBags $1075 new,original seat and factory exhaust,anti-theft system,wired so rear signals and brake light illuminate when brakes are applied,and much more. Asking $12900, Located in OSHKOSH WI 54901, Contact Bill at 920-267-XXXX for more details. This For Sale by Owner Listing was provided by CycleSellersUSA, a division of National Marketing Classifieds - NMSell

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