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08 Harley Softail Springer Classic Custom 3400 Miles Evo Ported S&s 585 Cam 11.5 on 2040-motos

US $7,450.00
YearYear:2008 MileageMileage:3400 ColorColor: Orange
Location:

Fillmore, Utah, US

Fillmore, Utah, US
08 HARLEY SOFTAIL SPRINGER CLASSIC CUSTOM 3400 MILES EVO PORTED S&S 585 CAM 11.5, US $7,450.00, image 1

Harley-Davidson Softail photos

08 HARLEY SOFTAIL SPRINGER CLASSIC CUSTOM 3400 MILES EVO PORTED S&S 585 CAM 11.5, US $7,450.00, image 2 08 HARLEY SOFTAIL SPRINGER CLASSIC CUSTOM 3400 MILES EVO PORTED S&S 585 CAM 11.5, US $7,450.00, image 3 08 HARLEY SOFTAIL SPRINGER CLASSIC CUSTOM 3400 MILES EVO PORTED S&S 585 CAM 11.5, US $7,450.00, image 4 08 HARLEY SOFTAIL SPRINGER CLASSIC CUSTOM 3400 MILES EVO PORTED S&S 585 CAM 11.5, US $7,450.00, image 5 08 HARLEY SOFTAIL SPRINGER CLASSIC CUSTOM 3400 MILES EVO PORTED S&S 585 CAM 11.5, US $7,450.00, image 6

Harley-Davidson Softail tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1340 For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller VINVIN:ULTIMA85181B08828

Harley-Davidson Softail description

This is a custom built 2008 Harley Davidson Softail Springer Classic. Custom built with an Ultima softail chassis. Everything was built new or refurbished 3400 miles ago. New springer front end, wheels and tires. New rebuilt 1340cc engine bored .030 with Weisco 11.5-1 compression pistons, S&S 585 cam, ported heads, adjustable pushrods, drag pipes, 5 speed trans with heavy duty clutch and new drive belt. One of hand built rear fender. New pearl orange and vanilla paint. This bike runs strong, rides nice and sounds awesome with a very lopey idle. I got this bike on a trade for a Buick muscle car and I've ridden it just a few times. I have no time for it and I'm not much of a rider but it is fun to ride. I know I'm going to take a loss selling it this time of year but my loss is your gain. $250.00 non-refundable pay pal deposit required at the end of the auction. I prefer a bank wire transfer for the balance amount. Buyer is responsible for shipping. Call Dan with any questions 435-849-6085. Thanks

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