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$7,000
YearYear:2004 MileageMileage:20871 ColorColor: Vivid Black
Location:

Galesburg, Illinois

Galesburg, IL
2004 Harley-Davidson VRSCA V-Rod , $7,000, image 1

Harley-Davidson VRSC photos

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Harley-Davidson VRSC tech info

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Harley-Davidson VRSC description

2004 Harley-Davidson VRSCA V-Rod, JUST TRADED IN - Your eyes are not playing tricks on you. What you’re seeing here is indeed 115 horses of a very different color. The muscle-and-metal-to-the-max VRSCA V-Rod gone tinted. For 2004, we took the aluminum bodywork through the paint booth and came up with some standout shades, including Lava Red Sunglo that’s sure to stop a sidewalk full of pedestrians dead in their tracks. From there, we went further. The perimeter frame has a new sliver-leaf powder-coat for sheen. The overall effect carries on its crowd-drawing tradition. And it enhances the long, low hot rod theme provided by the 49mm, 38° raked fork, 180mm rear tire, solid disc wheels and sweeping exhaust. The strapping, 60° V-Twin Revolution power plant sends it all blistering into motion. Liquid-cooled and fuel-injected, it displaces 1130cc and pumps out 115 horsepower. For those who agree lots of power equals lots of good. Availability of colors may vary from dealer to dealer, and is subject to change without notice. Pearl: additional $200 Two-tone: additional $300

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