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Custom Built Board Tracker Harley Davidson Sportster 23" Wheels on 2040-motos

US $6,100.00
YearYear:2012 MileageMileage:9999 ColorColor: Green
Location:

Las Vegas, Nevada, US

Las Vegas, Nevada, US
Custom Built Board Tracker Harley Davidson Sportster 23

Harley-Davidson Sportster photos

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Harley-Davidson Sportster tech info

TypeType:Custom Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1200 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Harley-Davidson Sportster description

Up for sale is my 1999 Harley Davidson Sportster.  It has been completely redone from the frame up!!  Frame, Wheels, Light, Bars, Grips, Fork Legs, Triple Trees, all disassembled and powdercoated in satin black.  The rear section including seat, Rear fender and struts, and wheel were all done to accomadate the large 23" 40 spoke wheel that is identical to the front.  Avon 130s wrap the wheels in the front and rear.  All bodywork was then stripped painted and hand striped to give it a vintage tracker feel.  Built this thing to show what I can do to a stock sportster platform.  Finished it and it needs to be seen rolling thru the streets!  This bike has the good looks of a custom and the reliability of a stock Sportster.  Only mods to engine are a custom made exhaust and altered air cleaner.  This thing is a rider!  Bike is tastefully done and will turn heads wherever it goes!!  Good Luck and Happy bidding.  Buyer is responsible for all shipping but I am easy to work with and am willing to help if i can.  Feel free to message me with questions.

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