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2007 Harley-davidson Flstf Softail Fat Boy on 2040-motos

$13,499
YearYear:2007 MileageMileage:5151 ColorColor: Two-tone Jake Blue Sunglo / El
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Canton, Ohio

Canton, OH
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2007 Harley-Davidson FLSTF Softail Fat Boy, INTERNET SPECIAL - VIRTUALLY REDESIGNED DOWN TO EVERY LAST BIT OF CHUBBY. The king of fat and funky customs pulls out all the stops this year. Virtually redesigned down to every last bit of chubby. Big new Twin Cam 96B motor matched to six smooth-shifting gears. Unique H-D tread design on enlarged front and 200 mm rear tires. Wider chopped rear fender. Wider seat. Skillet slabs of silver, disc cast aluminum wheel ringed with .50-calibur bullet-size holes. Low-profile risers accentuate the fattened 1-1/4 inch internally wired handlebar for a clean look. New nacelle, valance and tank strap with chrome bullet tip details. New pinstripe graphics punctuate its substantial presence. Live life to the fattest.

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