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2005 Harley-davidson Dyna on 2040-motos

US $7,995.00
YearYear:2005 MileageMileage:13 ColorColor: Red

Springfield, Illinois, United States

Springfield, Illinois, United States
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For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller TypeType:Sport Touring

Harley-Davidson Dyna description

Very nice bike rides and runs like new lots of extras including Mustang Seat ,custom pipes and much more see pics can ship by trailer up to 150 miles for a small fee

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Harley-Davidson Reports Q4 2011 Results

Tue, 24 Jan 2012

Harley-Davidson reported a 10.9% growth in motorcycle sales in the fourth quarter and a total annual growth of 5.9% for 2011. The growth resulted in a net profit of $599.1 million for Harley-Davidson. The Motor Company sold 235,188 motorcycles in 2011, up from 222,110 units sold in 2010.

Bobby Petrino’s Harley-Davidson Available for Auction – Comes With Baggage

Wed, 09 May 2012

A 2007 Harley-Davidson Road King Classic reportedly belonging to former University of Arkansas football coach Bobby Petrino is up for auction. Listed as salvage title, the Harley-Davidson is painted in the school’s colors and features a razorback boar – Arkansas’ mascot – painted on the fuel tank with the words “Hawg Wild”. Sports blog reported it can confirm the bike was the one Petrino crashed April 1.

What am I gonna do with a gun rack?

Wed, 27 Jul 2011

Living in Shoreditch I come across a unique variety of motorcycles on the road; from XS650s, to classic Lambrettas and one completely brown jelly-mould CBR600. My favourite of the regular bikes I see is this Harley-Davidson badged Armstrong MT500. In my head I like to think that the owner operates as an urban vigilante, realistically whoever rides this ex-Army bike is probably an artist and instead of a weapon in the gun holder it's probably art equipment.