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2001 Harley-davidson Touring on mail.2040motos

YearYear:2001 MileageMileage:75

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
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Harley-Davidson Touring photos

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Harley-Davidson Touring tech info


Harley-Davidson Touring description

First let me say this. This girl has gotten me across country twice, once from Boston to Anchorage. She has never let me down. She is made for the man who wants to get out on the road and just enjoy the present. I am actually quite sentimental about selling her. 

Due to a non motorcycle accident I am not able to ride anymore. Any biker knows this is like having a limb removed.

It has been kept covered for the last 2 years because I just could not bring myself to sell her. Due to this the bike needs some work.

1. New tires
2. A battery is needed
3. A tune up is needed, all fluids flushed and cleaned.
4. Cosmetic damage and rust (see photos)

The last two photos are to show you what she looks like fully packed and in peak condition so you can see her potential. 

But here is where this bike is not like any other bike you have ever ridden on. It has been driven, not trailered, in all 49 states, yes including Alaska. Up until two years ago it was meticulously taken care of. It had to be to make it through all those states. After the last trip to Alaska I replaced the belt and the cam tensioner chain to be safe. So those are new.

If you are looking at Harley with some history, I am talking real history this road king is for you. I do have some wiggle room on the price since it will need to be towed away.

To show you how much this motorcycle meant to me and my father I made a short, and I promise you entertaining video on our trip to Alaska. There are two, both show how much that bike meant to us.

If you email me I will send the links of the videos.

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