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Used 2003 Harley-davidson Softail Standard Fxst For Sale on ns1.2040-motos

$9,000
YearYear:0 MileageMileage:9
Location:

Ogden, Utah

Ogden, UT

Harley-Davidson Softail description

2003 HarleyDavidson FXST Softail Custom Specs Custom wood work on the air filter cover, horn, and flames on the foot pegs. The seat is custom hand tooled leather with suede. Standard specs 80 Cubic inch HarleyDavidson engine Ultima 6 gear transmission GMA brakes 18 in 60 spoke wheels Arlin Ness mirrors Bagger Nation Handlebars Kuryakyn naked chick levers Old school caddy head lamps Harley saddle bags Hooker pipes New rear tire and brakes 9000 mis Qualified buyers may be eligible to apply for financing, nationwide shipping, and extended warranty.

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46,061 Motorcycles Stolen in US in 2012

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An average of 126 motorcycles were stolen in the U.S. every day in 2012, according to a report released by the the National Insurance Crime Bureau. That’s from a total of 46,061 motorcycles reported stolen that year a 1.3% improvement from the 46,667 motorcycles reported stolen in 2011.

Harley-Davidson Christmas Commercial

Fri, 19 Dec 2008 00:00:00 -0800

Every year it seems that newspaper advertisements, radio and TV commercials for Christmas start earlier and earlier. As soon as the sun begins to set on Halloween, department stores begin packing shelves and websites start stocking inventory in preparation for the impending feeding frenzy that will occur for the most commercial of holidays next to valentine’s day. While spending the holiday with family normally keeps me blitzed off eggnog and most of these aforementioned advertisements are enough to make me want to book a cruise for an entire fortnight at the end of December, this one commercial for Harley-Davidson made me laugh.

Tsunami-Tossed Harley-Davidson from Japan Washes Up in Canada

Mon, 30 Apr 2012 00:00:00 -0700

A shipping container holding a Harley-Davidson motorcycle with Japanese plates was discovered on a beach in British Columbia, Canada. The container, which appears to be the cargo area of a box truck, is believed to be one of the first notable pieces of debris set adrift by the 2011 Japanese tsunami to land in North America. Beachcomber Peter Mark discovered the containerwhile riding his ATV along an isolated beach on Graham Island, an island south of the Alaskan Panhandle.