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1959 Harley Davidson Duo-glide Flh on 2040-motos

US $15,000.00
YearYear:1969 MileageMileage:1000 ColorColor: Red

Portland, Oregon, United States

Portland, Oregon, United States
1959 Harley Davidson Duo-Glide FLH, US $15,000.00, image 1

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1959 Harley Davidson Duo-Glide FLH, US $15,000.00, image 2

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For sale is my well maintained 1959 Harley-Davidson Duo-Glide FLH bought brand new in 1958 and is finished in red with white accents. Power is from a 74ci Panhead V-twin paired with a four-speed transmission. Equipment includes a matching Charles Abresch sidecar, a full-height windscreen, whitewall tires, an engine guard, a seat with a fringe skirt, a chrome rear luggage rack, and a chrome fishtail mufflers.

Subsequent work over the years includes repainting the bike, powder-coating the frame, and re-plating the brightwork. Did service the bike in 2021 which include replacing the spark plugs and changing the oil. The FLH and sidecar are offered with three white BB Reproductions bubble-style side cases.

Asking Price: $15,000

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