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This is a custom Harley Davidson Street glide in Black Cherry. Paint is in great shape, all the chrome you could possibly put on a motorcycle that is offered for a Street Glide. This bike was built by Kendal Johnson in NC and has Machine Performance 21" front wheel wrapped with Metzler rubber, a 18" Machine Performance Rear wrapped in a Metzler rubber. Chrome rear air shocks, chrome front lowers, single disc in front chrome to match wheels, and to show off the wheel. Chrome frame cover, Vance & Hines turn down pipes, Custom stitched seat, High performance air cleaner, fuel programmer and proffessionally dyno tuned by Kendal Johnson. Chrome H-D grips, Machine perfromance gauge accents, along with chrome speaker covers, Chrome cup holder mounted on handle bars, LED brake lights, LED turn signals front and rear, LED Multi-Color accent lights for entire bike (front, rear, frame, engine,saddle bags, wheels) with 9 differant colors and 12 stages (fade, Blink, strobe, switch colors fast or slow). Harley Davidson custom bag lid orginizers both sides. Along with leather Harley Davidson leather lid covers still in the box. I never put on. PRICE $9000! CONTACT [email protected]

I have two bikes and this bike has low mileage on it because I split my time up on each bike.

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