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2003 Harley-Davidson Touring - $7000.00

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Super clean 2003 Harley Davidson Road King Classic, FLHRCI, Vivid Black, with only 6511 original miles. This is a local bike bought and serviced here in Fort Smith, AR. It is loaded; Heated Grips, Cruise Control, power outlet, iPod stereo connection with powered speakers, HID front headlight upgrade, trickle charger connection, chrome floorboards, highway pegs, Arlen Ness mirrors, chrome handle bars, chrome levers, Upgraded rotors, stainless braided cables, tons of chrome extra's all over. This bike has a Harley installed Stage 2 Kit bumping it up to 96CI, dyno tuned with a Screamin Eagle exhaust. The bike is very quick, runs and drives and shifts like new. There are no knicks in the paint, just some tiny hairline scratches from cleaning and polishing. No leaks. The only flaw is a boot scuff on the left saddlebag at the top towards the rear. The King TourPak and fiberglass hard bags pictured do not go with this sale, if you want them I will sell them all for $1300. Fluids changed regularly, this is almost like a new bike.

The Stage 2 kit that was installed in March 2010 and includes the complete Stage 2 kit; new cylinders, cams, pistons, breather, etc. It was also tuned using a Screamin Eagle Super Tuner, a $460 dollar tuner. All of the work can be verified at the local Harley Dealership at a cost of almost $4000, this price also includes adding cruise control and new handlebars.

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