2010 Harley-davidson Dyna on mail.2040motos
Harley-Davidson Dyna description
I purchased this Harley new in 2010 and it has been stored in a heated garage ever since. I did not use it as often as I hoped to, so it only has 1150 original miles and remains in like new condition.
I've had the dealer add some extras, such as: Screamin Eagle Exhaust; Screamin Eagle Intake and Air Cleaner; Programmable Power Commander; Sundowner seat and low-rise backrest; replacement bars and grips; and some other minor bolt-ons.
This bike is in absolutely excellent condition. Although I haven't used it much, I still get the yearly services and state inspections. In fact, last month it had a fluid change and inspection so it's ready for you to enjoy.
This auction will start with a low initial bid, but I will set a reserve price based on Kelly Blue Book. Their website did not allow me to enter mileage and assumed an average of 19000 miles; nor did they allow for any upgrades. Still, I set my reserve below their value as I wish for it to sell.
If you are local and wish to view this before bidding, then please contact me to do so. This runs and drives like it just came out of the showroom, but I will NOT allow test rides. There is absolutely nothing to hide; I just don't want to risk anyone damaging it.
Harley-Davidson Dyna for Sale
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