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2001 Harley-davidson Touring on 2040-motos

US $61000
YearYear:2001 MileageMileage:24 ColorColor: Blue
Location:

La Porte, Indiana, United States

La Porte, Indiana, United States
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Harley-Davidson Touring photos

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Harley-Davidson Touring tech info

WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Touring For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Harley-Davidson Touring description

Very Good Condition,Runs Great,New Gel Battery this Year.Never any Drops or Accidents.Health Condition causes Sale.Buyer Responsible for Pick Up or Shipping.

Moto blog

2015 Harley-Davidson CVO Lineup Revealed

Tue, 26 Aug 2014

Harley-Davidson revealed its four-model Custom Vehicle Operations lineup for 2015, adding new CVO versions of the Road Glide Ultra and Street Glide to go with the returning CVO Softail Deluxe and CVO Limited. Our own Evans Brasfield is currently in Sonoma, Calif., for Harley-Davidson’s 2015 press launch, and he’ll have full first ride reports later this week. For now, let’s take a look at the CVO models.

105-Year-Old Woman Rides A Harley-Davidson

Wed, 29 May 2013

When you get to be 105 years old, clearly your best years are behind you. However, that didn’t stop Ella Passmore of Richmond Hill, Georgia from trying something new and daring for the first time. To celebrate over a century of living, Passmore rode on a Harley-Davidson, as reported by www.savannahnow.com.

Donation of Photos and Memorabilia to Harley-Davidson Museum Reveal Glimpse of Early Days at Harley

Thu, 22 Mar 2012

Harley-Davidson Museum today posted on its Facebook page a selection of photos it received as part of collection of images and memorabilia donated by a former Harley employee. According to the Facebook post former H-D employee Bob Jameson donated “ two scrapbooks, numerous photographs, news clippings and other company related materials” for the museum’s collection. Jameson, following in his father’s footsteps, worked for The Motor Company, and in 1960 helped develop a motorcycle suited for use in the Vietnam war.