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2008 Harley-davidson Dyna on mail.2040motos

US $9,995.00
Location:

Zieglerville, Pennsylvania, United States

Zieglerville, Pennsylvania, United States
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Harley-Davidson Dyna tech info

Engine Size (cc)Engine Size (cc):1,584 WarrantyWarranty:Vehicle has an existing warranty For Sale ByFor Sale By:Dealer

Harley-Davidson Dyna description

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610-754-0451 OR 1-888-752-8500 PRESS 112

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2008 HARLEY DAVIDSON 105TH ANNIVERSARY HARLEY DAVIDSON DYNA WIDE GLIDE #857/2000 W/ EXTRAS

1 owner bike. Beautiful shape. Pampered 23,798 miles. Limited production 2 Tone Copper & Black with Anniversary logos. Numbered series 857 of only 2000 ever produced. 96" motor & 6-speed. The 2008’s have the beefier 49mm forks raked out to 36 degrees. The Bobtail rear fender shows off the 160mm tire. Its 1.25-inch ape-hanger handlebar with internal wiring rise just above a stepped chopper-style seat and large, tank-mounted speedometer. Extras include factory optioned smooth profile spoke wheels, security system, Freedom Exhaust 2.5” pipes with full length heatshields, Screamin’ Eagle Heavy breather black air cleaner kit w/ rain sock, tune, mini board pegs, smoked turn signal lenses, black luggage rack, and tons of factory chrome. Fully serviced, fresh fluids, detailed, and brand new Metzeler tires.


We are a licensed and bonded dealer that has a retail store. I would be more than happy to talk to you and fax any verification you may need. References available upon request. Check out our Motorcycle related feedback and bid with confidence

$500 DEPOSIT DUE WITHIN 24 HOURS.

 Payment in full Via bank to Bank Wire Transfer, Cashiers Check, Bank Check, Cash in Person, or Loan Check (must clear prior to pick up) WITHIN 7 DAYS. We charge a $99 Documentary fee which covers all your paperwork & any paperwork shipping costs. We also have an $199 Dealer prep which covers this bike being serviced, fresh fluids, & detailing along with a 30 day in-house warranty.

If you require a loan or do not have funds in hand, please make arrangements or contact us prior to bidding.

* Lease payment is for tier 1 approval with $1000 down. Payment is $167 Plus tax for only 48 months. 3.69% APR is also for tier 1 up to 60 months. We work with all types of credit but payment and money down will vary depending on credit score.

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