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1998 Harley-davidson Road King on 2040-motos

US $6,000.00
YearYear:1998 MileageMileage:31105 ColorColor: Black
Location:

Adamsville, Tennessee, United States

Adamsville, Tennessee, United States
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1998 Harley Davidson Road King Fuel Injected Police Bike. 1340cc Evo motor. The only visible thing left from the police package are the hockey puck catches on the saddlebags. It has full chrome front end, various other chrome, beach bars, Mustang seats (passenger not in pic), detachable windshield( not shown in pics), Metzeler 880 tires, hard saddlebags with hockey puck latches, 31,105 miles. This is a sweet bike. It is a used bike and is not perfect, but is really nice.

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