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Used 1998 Harley-davidson Trike For Sale on 2040-motos

$18,000
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:34
Location:

Dillsboro, Indiana

Dillsboro, IN

Harley-Davidson Other description

Independant suspension it does have It is a DFT Rear independent Easy Steer is raked at four degrees making it an easy steer. Options Include: Cruise, Foot Boards, Oil Cooler, Trans Cooler, Passenger Seat, Radio, Intercom

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A Man of LOVE

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I had a unique opportunity this week to sit down with Oliver Shokouh, the founder of the Love Ride, only days before the 25th anniversary of the purportedly largest one-day rally in the world, kicks-off this coming Sunday, October 26. First and foremost Im very grateful for Oliver to set aside over half an hour of his precious time so close to the event. Not only does he head-up this massive event, hes also busy running the very busy and successful Harley-Davidson/Buell of Glendale (California).

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