2011 Harley-davidson Touring on 2040-motos
Harley-Davidson Touring description
Just in time for The Sturgis Bike Rally!!! It has the 103CI engine and six speed transmission. Fully customized street glide with a 26" front wheel and wrap around fender. Stretched VooDoo bags, side covers, and tank. Adjustable rear air shocks. Almost every part on it is custom from the Arlen Ness grips to the Performance Machine floor boards. The paint job has the HD badge on the front fairing and the Willie G skull on the rear fender ghost painted in. Pics don't show them very good but looks cool. It has a brand new Kenwood XM Sirus radio that is bluetooth ready and has a Rockford Fosgate amp and Punch speakers. One of the most expensive add-ons is the Trask turbo and Vance & Hines exhaust. This is a $7k mod alone. The seat has a few imperfections and the paint has been touched up on the left side on the inner instrument panel. (see pics) I just changed all the fluids and it's ready to go. Call or text 308-430-0444 for more info.
Harley-Davidson Touring for Sale
Moto blogMon, 23 Mar 2009 00:00:00 -0700
What happens when you take away a smokin’ hot gymnast’s balance beam and replace it with a Harley-Davidson Fat Bob? It’s only 30 seconds but who’s to stop you from playing it over and over again? Now what would be even more amazing is if there was a dude riding that bike on the highway while she did that. What would be a million times more amazing would be if that dude was me.Tue, 19 Aug 2014 00:00:00 -0700
The California Air Resource Board has released new certification documents revealing most of Harley-Davidson‘s 2015 line-up. The CARB executive orders, required before a motorcycle is allowed to be sold in California, reveal new CVO versions of the Road Glide Ultra and Street Glide, two low versions of the Electra Glide and more models receiving Harley-Davidson’s Twin-Cooled engine. Introduced last year on the Ultra Limited, CVO Limited and Tri-Glide Ultra trike, the Twin-Cooled engine uses liquid-cooling for the cylinder heads, reducing emissions.Tue, 06 Mar 2012 00:00:00 -0800
The estate of Marlon Brando and Harley-Davidson have reached a settlement in a civil suit over the use of the actor’s name. As reported last May, the dispute was over a leather riding boot Harley-Davidson sold as “The Brando”. The suit sought an injunction for Harley-Davidson to stop using the Brando name, and asked for unspecified damages.
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