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1995 Harley Davidson Dyna Wide Glide (ecorse Top Hat Billy) on 2040-motos

$4,850
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:25
Location:

Detroit Metro,

Detroit Metro
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1995 harley davidson dyna wide glide (ecorse top hat billy), $4,850, image 1

Harley-Davidson Dyna description

1995 Harley Davidson dyna wide glide clean title 25k act miles repairable motor cycle lots of goodies on this beast cams big bore, carb kit, 2 into one exhaust, bullet turn signals drag bars fat spoked front wheel this is a whole lot of fun on the cheap my competitors over looked this baby at the ins. pool there loss is our gain my friends u can be S.O.A. all the way on this gem and remember this quote I don't all ways ride dynas but when I do I ride 1 of top hats stay thirsty my friends lol. u can view her at 4091 w. Jefferson ecorse mi. 48229 or call billy at 313-220-XXXX thanx

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