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2004 Harley-davidson Softail on ns1.2040-motos

YearYear:2004 MileageMileage:28
Location:

Hancock, Minnesota, United States

Hancock, Minnesota, United States
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Harley-Davidson Softail photos

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Harley-Davidson Softail description

This is a 2004 Softail standard fuel injected.Bike runs great, it has a dent on the gas tank as well as some scratches on the primary from the bike being knocked over. It has a Screamin Eagle II exhaust. It has just over 28,000 miles It is still being driven the miles will be more. It has a clean title.

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