2003 Harley-davidson Touring on 2040-motos
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This 2003 HD Road King. This is the 100th anniversary gold key addition. It is an excellent running and looking scooter. As you can see it has ape hanger handle bars along with braided lines. The engine is a 110 screaming eagle fuel injection with compression relief valves for easier starting. It also has a parade fan to keep it cool in hot weather. This bike runs great and shifts like it should. Has reinheart exhaust system.I have replaced the rear tire, battery in the last month. I also had the cam tensioners inspected for wear or replacement and they were in great shape. Im the third owner of this bike. Bike does have a connection for heated vest just under the seat and a connection up by the handle bars to run a bat wing fairing with radio.( you would have to change bars to install fairing). Please look at all the pictures. Ask questions. You will not be disappointed !!!! Im sure I have missed something so please ask. Oh reason for selling purchased another scoot.
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Moto blogWed, 24 Oct 2012
From Miyagi Prefecture in Japan to Graham Island in British Columbia, Canada, to Milwaukee, Wis., the motorcycle tossed across the Pacific Ocean by the 2011 Japanese tsunami has landed at the Harley-Davidson Museum. The 2004 Harley-Davidson Softail Night Train owned by earthquake and tsunami survivor Ikuo Yokoyama is now on display at the museum as a memorial to those affected by the March 2011 tsunami. The motorcycle will be preserved in the condition it was in when Canadian beachcomber Peter Mark found it inside a cargo box that washed up on Graham Island in May.Tue, 25 Nov 2008
For a limited time, a Harley-Davidson dealer in St. Louis will be shelling out five shares of HD stock with every motorcycle purchase or will give you stock if you bring in a friend to purchase a bike. Harley has been going through some difficult times this year, posting losses for the first nine months of 2008.Fri, 13 Dec 2013
The Detroit Police Department revealed a restored a 1937 Harley-Davidson Knucklehead police bike that was found during the move to its new headquarters. The 76-year-old police motorcycle was found disassembled at the old headquarters after several decades in storage. According to MLive, the police department attempted to restore the motorcycle in 1974 but never got around to completing it.
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