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2000 Harley Davidson Fxdx Dyna Sport on 2040-motos

$7,200
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Los Angeles, California

Los Angeles, CA
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Harley-Davidson Dyna description

3028 san luis rey rd Selling aYEAR : 2000MODEL : FXDXCOLOR : SilverMILES : 32,116TIRES : FairPAINT : Good / Tank has a small touched up chip towards rear left leg.EXTRAS:High Flow IntakeScreaming Eagle MufflersCustom H-D SeatSaddle BagsForward ControlsH-D Sissy Bar with Luggage RackVIN # : 1HD1GJV19YY333249Call Monday-Saturday 9:30-6:00 Sundays 10-4Financing AvailableWarranties Availablewww.kennedyscustomcycles.com

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