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The is my wife's Bike, she has owned it since 1991 the side car was purchase new in the crate in 1980. I painted both in the late 90s. The bike is the Last of the 74 inch FLHs built in early 1978. It has a Andrews F Grind Cam and still runs Points/Cond. It has been updated with a 2003 CV Carb. The Front End has Adjustable Triple Tees , Steering Damper and Head light Bezel for Side car or Solo Use. I have all Paper work for Bike and Side Car, Titles for both, and Harley Shop Manuals for Both. The Bike Looks and Runs Great always gets lots of attention going down the road or parked. $8400.00! More info [email protected]

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