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2001 Harley-davidson Softail Fat Boy on 2040-motos

$16,300
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:6
Location:

Camby, Indiana

Camby, IN
2001 Harley-Davidson Softail Fat Boy, $16,300, image 1

Harley-Davidson Softail description

This 2001 Harley Davidson Fatboy has many amenities such as a Factory Antitheft system, 88 Twin Cam, Andrews 510 lift cams, Vance & Hines, 2 into 1 pro pipe, Thunderslide carb kit, Screamin Eagle Breather Kit.... Plus More. H.D. Chrome Lower legs, upper tin kit, cow bells, headlamp trim ring, controls, levers, chrome wheels, master cylinder rear pulley & bolts. Kury Aken Parts: LED signal mirrors, LED strut signals, LED lay down tail and brake light with signal arrows. Other Misc: Corbin seat, 6in Beef-E-Tee bars, white bros. lower kits- front 2 in rear adjustable 3in shift pedals, 6 shooter axle nut covers, Arlen Ness Plate Bracket and cover. Dont let this bike pass by you on the streets... Be the 1 passing by everyone else. Options Include: Foot Boards, Oil Cooler Click contact link below for more details. Engine Description: View The Rest Of This Seller's Inventory: http://www.specialtyauto.net (opens in new window)

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