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1999 Harley-davidson Dyna on mail.2040motos

US $7,500.00
YearYear:1999 MileageMileage:39 ColorColor: Burgundy
Location:

Madisonville, Kentucky, United States

Madisonville, Kentucky, United States
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Harley-Davidson Dyna photos

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Harley-Davidson Dyna tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1,450 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle does NOT have an existing warranty TypeType:Cruiser For Sale ByFor Sale By:owner

Harley-Davidson Dyna description

Custom built by me, Joshua Johnson. A labor of love. See pictures to see how it started out. It was all standard and I pretty much changed everything. Braided cables,13 1\2 inch chubby's, forward controls, front and back fenders, lights, carb is a mikuni with a kuryakn stinger II hypercharger, new set of white wall tires with less than 300 miles on them, lets not forget custom paint and a brand new mustang seat and backrest and custom wrapped pipes with engineered torque cones. She's not show quality but a real head turner! I rode her pretty regularly so there are a few scratches and little things if you really squint and comb her over. This bikes handles great and runs flawlessly. She is very fast and does not disappoint when you twist her wick.  '99 is the only year with both cam and crank sensors. First part '99 had the 1340 evo engine but was changed to the twin cam 88 later on. Sad to see her go but I am looking to buy some land and I have to pool my money. Just one of many toys I have for sale. Thanks for looking and feel free to ask questions.

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