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1998 Harley Davidson Road King
Up for your consideration is a really clean 1998 Harley Davidson Road King. As you can see from the pictures, this bike is in excellent condition. It has 33,500 miles on it. There is one small little tear in the seat that you can see in the pictures. The tires are in good shape and have roughly 6000 miles on them. This bike comes in the very desirable Sinister blue pearl paint. This bike also comes equipped with a lot of extra chrome, the full touring passenger seat, drivers seat backrest, and rear luggage box and rack. The rear luggage box or trunk is an aftermarket piece, but looks perfect on the bike and was professionally painted. It also has a detachable windshield. This windshield can be taken off in a matter of seconds, however I will say that having the windshield makes for a much nicer, more enjoyable ride. This bike has been well maintained, garage kept, runs, drives and shifts flawlessly. This bike is a pleasure to ride, but in my retirement, I just don't ride it nearly as much as I should and I just hate to see it sit. The bike is located in Greer, SC and has spent the majority of its life down south. I can store the bike for a week or two if needed if it will help facilitate the sale. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me. My name is John and I can be reached at 864-420-7109. The buyer is responsible for all shipping charges and shipping arrangements. There is a 500.00 deposit due within 24 hours of the end of auction. The balance is due within 7 days of the end of auction and will be accepted in the form of cash or bank wire transfer, cash is preferred. Bike will not leave premises until all funds have cleared. Thank you.
Harley-Davidson Touring for Sale
Moto blogTue, 24 Jun 2014
More than 500 rare Harley-Davidson motorcycles and collector’s items will be hitting the auction block on June 28. The items belong to Ron Shreffler, former owner of a Harley-Davidson dealership in Manteno, Ill. The retired Shreffler once had plans to open a Harley-Davidson museum but has now decided to auction off his collection gathered from 48 years in the industry.Fri, 10 May 2013
Comedian Dan Aykroyd says he offered to bring his Blues Brothers act to Harley-Davidson‘s 110th Anniversary celebrations but was turned down because H-D executives said the act was too old for the company’s target demographics. Aykroyd, playing the role of Elwood J. Blues with the late John Belushi playing “Joliet” Jake Blues, posted a statement on his official Facebook page suggesting Elwood is trading in his Harley-Davidson motorcycle for a Can-Am Spyder.Tue, 03 Jul 2012
The Made in the USA Foundation has named Zero Motorcycles to its 2012 Hall of Fame class, recognizing the electric motorcycle manufacturer’s commitment to American manufacturing. Zero Motorcycles, founded in 2006 in Santa Cruz, Calif., by former NASA engineer Neal Saiki, becomes the second motorcycle manufacturer named to the Foundation’s Hall of Fame. Harley-Davidson was inducted in 2011.
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