Tuesday, September 1, 2009

The Classic of Harley Davidson

Electra Glide

This is a fully loaded version of the Electra Glide ® Classic. It comes with state-of-the-art features such as electronic cruise control, a 20-watt-per-channel, four-speaker AM/FM/cassette stereo system and a rear control for the passenger. The tank features a new 3-D cloisonné emblem and new, two-tone split line graphics.

The Road King ® is a motorcycle designed for both touring and cruising. Touring features on the Road King, including the windshield and passenger seat, are easily removable, allowing for quick conversion to a custom solo look. Accenting the Road King's traditional styling is an electric speedometer mounted into a diecast chrome dash, and a large, nostalgic headlamp nacelle.

Heritage Springer

The perfect combination of vintage styling and modern day technology, Harley-Davidson's Heritage Springer ® is truly the ultimate factory custom. Resembling a 1948 Harley-Davidson Panhead, its features include: a front-mounted horn with nostalgic chrome cover, passing lamps, crossover exhaust pipes with dual-fishtail mufflers, large leather fringed saddlebags and whitewall tires. A full-coverage floating front fender is adorned with a nostalgic fender-tip light and the rear fender has a retro-'40s tombstone taillight.

Heritage Softail Classic

The Heritage Softail ® Classic is styled to recall the past. The fat front fork is reminiscent of a 1949 Harley-Davidson Hydra Glide ®. The old-fashioned looking, studded-leather saddlebags, chrome-studded seat and fishtail mufflers add to its classic look, as does the full windshield, floorboards, large chrome headlamp with twin passing lamps and Fat Bob fuel tank.


Fat Boy

When you see a bike like this one, you understand this is what a motorcycle ought to be. Big and solid and massive. With full metal fenders. Fork tubes like tree trunks. A chrome headlight the size of a boulder. And a beefy V-Twin to send it down the road, commanding attention with every thump. That’s what you get with the Fat Boy ®.

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