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1999 Harley Ultra Classic W/ California Side Car Trike Conversion With Trailer on ns1.2040-motos

US $21,000.00
YearYear:1999 MileageMileage:26342
Location:

Little River, South Carolina, US

Little River, South Carolina, US
1999 Harley Ultra Classic W/ California Side Car Trike Conversion with Trailer, US $21,000.00, image 1

Harley-Davidson Touring photos

1999 Harley Ultra Classic W/ California Side Car Trike Conversion with Trailer, US $21,000.00, image 2 1999 Harley Ultra Classic W/ California Side Car Trike Conversion with Trailer, US $21,000.00, image 3 1999 Harley Ultra Classic W/ California Side Car Trike Conversion with Trailer, US $21,000.00, image 4 1999 Harley Ultra Classic W/ California Side Car Trike Conversion with Trailer, US $21,000.00, image 5

Harley-Davidson Touring description

1999 Harley Ultra Classic with California Side Car Trike Conversion and trailer. Will sell trailer and trike separately. Very clean, no body damage, runs strong, pleanty of extras.

Harley-Davidson Touring for Sale

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