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2012 Harley-davidson Softail on 2040-motos

YearYear:2012 MileageMileage:25 ColorColor: Black and red
Location:

Pearl City, Hawaii, United States

Pearl City, Hawaii, 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):103 For Sale ByFor Sale By:Owner

Harley-Davidson Softail description

2012 Harley Davidson Custom Fatboy FLSTF new Front tire and new 200mm rear tire.
New safety and registration.
New brake pads
103 engine, six speed transmission.
$3,000 Custom paint from Cosmic Airbrush!
Klock works front fender, custom back fender, beach bars, custom contrast wheels, 21" front, 17" back.
Vance & Hines Big Shot Staggered Chrome. Tuner
2" lowering kit front & back.
Kuryakyn multi colored neon lights.
Polished forks.
Extended shifter and brake arms.
Kuryakyn extended shifter & brake pedal, Kuryakyn Boar Linkage.
Cooling Fan
Garage kept, serviced always done before needed, and well taken care of. We can send videos/pictures.
No warranties with this sale, sold as is.
You are responsible for all shipping charges. We can help get cost's and shipping information.
We will deliver to docks here for shipping.

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