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Used 1998 Harley-davidson Springer Softail For Sale on 2040-motos

$6,999
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:30
Location:

Plainfield, Illinois

Plainfield, IL

Harley-Davidson Softail description

1998 HarleyDavidson in Exceptional Condition 1340 ci V Twin EVO Engine Best Engine Ever, 5 Gear Gearbox 30,400mis This HarleyDavidson Softail Springer has been upgraded with an aftermarket exhaust Also Aftermarket Mirrors, Turn Signals, Forward controls, Passenger Foot Pegs, Saddlebag brackets Aftermarket Saddlebags front and rear axle nut covers, and drag bars Tons of Chrome This bike has been put through a Certified HarleyDavidson Mechanic Inspection process This Inspection Includes, fluids check, a test drive, and a cleaning All Inspections Test on this Bike were Passed in Full, For Information Inquire within This Bike has always been professionally maintained and is in great running condition This Bike runs, rides, and shifts well. No issues are found with the performance There is some minor pitting in the chrome on the front rim This bike has never been in an accident or dropped Financing, Nationwide Shipping and Warranties Available to Qualified Buyers Updated 2013 09 06

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