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2014 Harley-davidson Dyna Street Bob on 2040-motos

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YearYear:2014 MileageMileage:0 ColorColor: Black Denim
Location:

Stafford, Texas

Stafford, TX

Harley-Davidson Dyna tech info

TypeType:Cruiser PhonePhone:(866) 383-2488

Harley-Davidson Dyna description

2014 Harley-Davidson Dyna Street Bob, Call or Email John Padgett for PRICING or any additional information 832-967-7696 - Classic bobber style rides into the modern era, with optional H-D1 Factory Customization to make it truly one-of-a-kind. The 2014 Harley-Davidson Dyna Street Bob FXDB model is a classic bobber motorcycle. The Harley Street Bob model is stripped down and refined to pure bobber essence. It’s everything you need and nothing you don’t, pure and simple. The Street Bob FXDB model is the ideal starting point for easily creating your own customized cruiser; with optional H-D1 factory customization you can design your perfect, personalized ride and order it built to your specifications directly from the factory. The Dyna Street Bob FXDB model comes with optional Hard Candy Custom, a large metal flake paint finish that recalls the iconic styling of '70s custom bikes, and offers blazing color showing through a deep, finish. If you're looking for bobber motorcycles you'll like the Street Bob model's slammed solo bobber seat. This seat not only adds to the style of the bike, but also keeps you comfortable. The bobber appearance is also maintained in the post-war style, stainless steel mini ape hanger handlebar. Add that to the stripped down Dyna fender, in combination with a good portion of the metal stripped off the bike, and you have a classic bobber motorcycle look. The 1940s sausage taillight also adds to the classic bobber motorcycle style. The classic look continues with the Harley Street Bob FXDB model's black laced steel 19-inch Harley wheels. And the blacked out rims, match the blacked out style of the Twin Cam 96 engine. Learn more about our other motorcycles including: the Super Glide Custom Harley-Davidson model, the Wide Glide chopper motorcycle, and the Fat Bob Dark Custom model that has a big motorcycle feel. Also take a look at the Harley touring motorcycles and the Harley CVO motorcycles.

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