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1956 Harley-davidson Panhead Fl on mail.2040motos

YearYear:1956 MileageMileage:37

Norfolk, Virginia, United States

Norfolk, Virginia, United States
1956 Harley-Davidson Panhead FL, image 1

Harley-Davidson Panhead FL photos

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Harley-Davidson Panhead FL description

1956 Harley Panhead FL in great condition. Bike comes with both a jockey shift setup and a foot shift setup. Bike also has 2 different style handle bars. The engine has been recently overhauled and has a mild cam with electronic distributor internals. The bike has custom pipes and a custom paint scheme. It also has a S&S shorty intake. The bike has brand new Shinko tires front and back along with spoke wheels. Please NO lowballers and I don't need help selling!!

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