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This motorcycle is ready for this riding season and is just missing a new rider.
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Approximately 6-8 miles on new engine.
Custom “Plum Crazy” Purple from the 70’s era. Mopar autos, with Silver inlay, stripes and frame. Excellent quality paint used with a professional application.
New Rubber mount tanks (conversion). The front fenderis a quality aftermarket fender in the FLH style. Rear fender is an original equipment Harley fender from 1969 with a hinged rear section for tire access.
All sheet metal is excellently fit and prepared.
Chrome triple tree (steering knuckle), chrome rocker boxes, lifter blocks, rear swing arm, rear sprocket, battery cover, etc. and chrome spoke wheels. All chrome is in excellent shape and waiting for it's next polishing!
This motorcycle is in excellent condition with a new engine by Sanger Cycles. New engine means less than 10K miles on S&S 84" Stroker kit. New engine includes crank, rods, pistons, upgraded valve seats and new valves/valve springs, electronic ignition, shorty & carb, new Andrews cams, new Jim's lifters, a fresh trans overhaul with shafts and bearings and some gears. Also included are new main drive chain, clutch disks, and pressure plate springs.
Bike is dependable, fun to ride, and easy to start. It has good compression and smooth shifting. Ride quality is excellent from compression components that were added. Reliability from rubber mounted gas tanks and electronic ignition makes this bike road trip worthy!
Rims: Rims are wire spoke (chrome).
Front Tire: Dunlop MT90M16
Rear Tire: Dunlop MT901316 M/C 74H
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Engine # 2A12359H4 -- State # stamped on engine S-23111-W
Frame # 2A12359H4 -- State # stamped on frame
NOTE: Bike was in an accident before current owner purchased it. While impounded by police the accident was being investigated. The police thought that since the VIN # was hand stamped and erratic it was falsified. The police would only release the motorcycle with a state # adjacent to original VIN#. Both are evident on VIN# pad. Current owner has state documentation reflecting this.
Windshield, Passenger back rest, saddle bags.