2003 Harley Davidson 100th Anniversary Softail

SOLD

Harley-Davidson motorcycle began in Milwaukee in 1903. In Milwaukee, Bill Harley and Arthur Walter Davidson developed a one-cylinder motorcycle. Around the turn of the century the gasoline engine was developed and the one-cylinder motor was introduced. In 1901 the Indians were the first motorcycles and in 1903 Mitschell, Merkel and Yale. This motorcycle was initially built for racing and was powered by a one-cylinder gasoline combustion engine.

Up for auction is this Stunning 100th Anniversary Harley Davidson Softail.
This factory Pearl White HD is really clean and in excellent condition. Very low Mileage with just under 1,500 Miles(2,304 Km). It has had excellent care, always stored indoors, never dropped and never ridden hard. Thousands invested in upgrades, here is a list of the upgrades:

100th Anniversary Harley Davidson Softail

1450 cc. Fuel-Injected Engine.
Electronic security system with remote.
Low-profile suspension.
Le Pera leather solo seat with Saddle Gel
Le Pera leather passenger pillion with Saddle Gel
Profile chrome rear wheel
Chrome rear axle nut and adjuster
Stainless steel rear wheel splash guard
Stainless steel lower belt guard
Kuryakyn chrome mini-bullet turn signals
6″ x 1 ¼” chrome risers
Chrome drag bars with internal wiring
Chrome handle grips and footpegs
Vans & Hines “Longshots” exhaust pipes
100th Anniversary brass collector’s key with leather case

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