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2000 Harley-davidson Softail on 2040-motos

YearYear:2000 MileageMileage:30 ColorColor: SILVER
Location:

Clearwater, Florida, United States

Clearwater, Florida, United States
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Harley-Davidson Softail photos

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Harley-Davidson Softail tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1,450 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Cruiser For Sale ByFor Sale By:Dealer

Harley-Davidson Softail description

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Zach Ness TV Show Let It Ride To Premiere August 14

Wed, 07 Aug 2013 00:00:00 -0700

Zach Ness, grandson of legendary custom bike builder, Arlen Ness, and his team are on a mission to break new ground in the custom motorcycle world. National Geographic Channel is going to capture Ness’ attempts on its new show, Let It Ride, With Zach Ness, premiering Wednesday, August 14 at 9pm EST. Coming from one of the most well-known names in motorcycling carries with it significant pressure, but Zach welcomes the challenge.

A (Not So) Silent Night from Harley-Davidson – Video

Tue, 17 Dec 2013 00:00:00 -0800

It’s probably not conducive for sleeping in heavenly peace, but Harley-Davidson has released a Christmas-themed ad with the song “Silent Night” performed by the revving V-Twin engine of a Softail Breakout. Titled “The Sound of the Festive Season”, the ad spot was produced by U.K agency Big Communications for Harley-Davidson Europe Middle East and Africa. According to AdWeek, the ad was conceived, sold and produced in just 72 hours.

Top 10 Album Covers featuring Motorcycles

Tue, 09 Apr 2013 00:00:00 -0700

1 of 11Next Last   Motorcycles and rock ‘n’ roll. Ever since The King threw his leg over his ’56 Harley-Davidson and the Black Rebels rolled into Carbonville, the combination of motorcycles and rock have been as combustible as gas and spark. Early moto-rock lived for the most part on the fringes of pop music, in the pomped-up rockabilly of guys like Eddie Cochran and Gene Vincent.