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2011 Harley-davidson Electra Glide Limited on 2040-motos

US $10,000.00
YearYear:2011 MileageMileage:12438 ColorColor: Green
Location:

Freedom, Indiana, United States

Freedom, Indiana, United States
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2011 ULTRA GLIDE LIMITED IN APPLE GREEN AND BLACK CUSTOM HARLEY FACTORY PAINT.PERFECT CONDITION.
MANY ADDITIONAL FEATURES INCLUDING:
-ABS FOR SECURE BRAKING
-HEATED GRIPS
-KURYAKYN HIGHWAY PEGS
-KURYAKYN BACKREST
-TRUNK AND SADDLEBAG LINERS
-TRUNK REMOVABLE LUGGAGE BAG
-BEVERAGE HOLDER WITH SECURE POCKET
-HARLEY TRUNK SPOILER WITH LED LIGHTS
-STANDARD HARLEY TOURING WINDSHIELD PLUS A LOWER (10") WINDSHIELD FOR SHORTER RIDER OR LOCAL RIDING
-STANDARD HARLEY DC PLUG-IN ON FAIRING.ADDITIONAL PLUG IN ON HANDLEBAR (KURYAKYN) AND IN TRUNK

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