Burlington, KS 66839-9108
United States

1990 Harley Davidson FLHPH
Exterior Color
Category  Motorcycles

1990 Harley Davidson FLF Fatboy

This bike started out as a low mileage wreck and was completely torn down to rebuild. Frame and motor were powder coated red to match the tanks and fenders. Paint is House Of Kolors candy apple red with loads of clear on top. Motor has new S & S case when it was built, bored .010 over, Edelbrock heads and pistons, cylinders and heads have fins diamond cut and detailed same color as bike. Andrews EV27 cam, Donnie Smith covers on the dual coils, upgraded to electronic ignition, chrome oil pump, new chrome outer primary.Look at the pictures and see that there is more chrome than you can imagine. 6-speed transmission with 132t belt drive. Vance & Hines 2 into 1 exhaust.

It has been completely re-wired when it was built, new style ignition switch, rear fender has a cat eye LED brake and turn light flush mounted, front signals in the mirrors, and all the handlebar wiring is hidden. New speedometer, new fenders, stretched tanks, inch and a quarter ape hangers, all new chrome. Has been lowered. Billet wheels with Avon tires look awesome and low mileage. Has 2 Corbin seats with backrest, depending on your payload. Also comes with a quick detach $500 Harley windshield.

Keep in mind that this is a ground-up, frame off, complete rebuild with just about every piece rebuilt or replaced with new. Not a scabbed together wreck that was thrown together just to make a buck. Was built to show and ride with no intentions of selling. It is a past and consistent show winner and have the trophy's to prove it. Very clean, ridden sparingly and kept inside since it was done in 2005. Can be ridden anywhere, anytime, and all you have to do is decide how much of you want to keep clean after you buy it. Owner bought a new bike last summer and just doesn't ride it anymore. Cant see just letting it set when somebody else could be getting all the enjoyment of having an outstanding bike to ride.

Cant believe its that cheap! Has to be over $20K to build this show stopper!
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