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2004 Harley Davidson Fxstdse on ns1.2040-motos

$7,300
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2004 Harley Davidson FXSTDSE, $7,300, image 1

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I am selling a 2004 Fxstdse Screaming Eagle Softail Deuce.. This Bike is 1 of only 250 that were made by Harley Davidson in 2004_nbsp; along with the Colbalt blue and silver edition.. This bike is in absolute mint condition for the year model with only 8000mis.._nbsp; This bike has only had Amsoil oil in all 3 holes its whole life.. Its been garaged kept and covered with a Harley cover and hasnt_nbsp; been rode in the rain..The bike has a Stage one Upgrade with a SE Tuner that was Dyno by Harley Dealer and Vance _amp; Hines Big Radius_nbsp; Exhaust and Screaming Eagle Heavy Breather were also installed as a part of the stage one upgrade..Also a new back tire and new rear_nbsp; brakes were installed by dealer and bike was fully checked out and its 100% ready to go and needs absolutely nothing. (Rear tire and_nbsp; brakes have less than 150 mis on them).. This bike is a awesome head turner and i get so many compliments everywhere i have rode it_nbsp; and the sound and performance of this bike is hands down the best i have ever had..I really hate to sell this bike because it is such_nbsp; a rare beauty but i have other obligations that i have to meet at this time..

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