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2000 Harley Davidson Screaming Eagle Road Glide Cvo on 2040motos

US $12,500.00
YearYear:2000 MileageMileage:34569 ColorColor: Red
Location:

Morrilton, Arkansas, US

Morrilton, Arkansas, US
2000 Harley Davidson Screaming Eagle Road Glide CVO, US $12,500.00, image 1

Harley-Davidson Touring photos

2000 Harley Davidson Screaming Eagle Road Glide CVO, US $12,500.00, image 2 2000 Harley Davidson Screaming Eagle Road Glide CVO, US $12,500.00, image 3 2000 Harley Davidson Screaming Eagle Road Glide CVO, US $12,500.00, image 4 2000 Harley Davidson Screaming Eagle Road Glide CVO, US $12,500.00, image 5 2000 Harley Davidson Screaming Eagle Road Glide CVO, US $12,500.00, image 6 2000 Harley Davidson Screaming Eagle Road Glide CVO, US $12,500.00, image 7

Harley-Davidson Touring tech info

TypeType:Touring Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1550 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Private Seller

Harley-Davidson Touring description

2000 Harley Davidson

CVO

Screaming Eagle Road Glide

Triple Red

 

$12,700.00

Mileage 34,569

 

? Six Speed Screaming Eagle Transmission

? Screaming Eagle Shift Linkage

? Cam style (2006) model swing arm

? Custom Chrome 18 inch Wheels

? Hydraulic Clutch

? New Metzeler Tires < 1,000 miles

? Chrome Rotaries

? Chrome Front Calipers

? Chrome Hand Controls

? Chrome Key Cover

? Chrome inter Primary

? Steel Braided Cables

? Chubby 1 ¼”  10 inch Wild One Handle Bars

? Alpine Stereo

? 350 watt AMP J&M

? J&M Speakers

? Saddle Bag Linners

? Dave Mackie 510 Gear Driven Cams

? High Volume Oil Pump

? D&D 2 into 1 Exhaust

? Corbin Ostrich Classic Solo Seat with Oval Back Rest

? Custom LED Lighting (red)

? Bush Tec Trailer Hitch

? Rear Fender Fascia

? 11 inch Progressive Shocks

 

 

All So Included is:

 

I also have the stock:

·      Matching Chop Tour Pack

·      Matching Lower Fairings

·      Stock Two Up Seat

·      Stock Passenger Back Rest

·      Shark Fin Exhaust & Head Pipes

·      Stock Wheels

·      Stock 13 inch air shocks

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