Pat's Harley is a 2003 Anniversary Edition Dyna Low Rider. It has been garage kept and is a little dusty because I got over there before she could hose it down. It is in excellent condition and has no marks or scraps on it and has not been dumped or dropped. The right side of the bike is pictured above.
Another angle of the right side of the Low Rider
A front view of the bike
The odometer reading. This bike only has 11,437 miles on it and I believe that makes it a LOW mileage bike as far as the bank or Credit Union is concerned if you inquire about a loan for this bike.
The emblem on top of the gas tank.
The emblems on each side of the gas tank
The air breather. This is an 88 cu. in. motor and is carburated. That means it has a choke and is not an EFI engine.
The bike includes a detachable windshield (on the bike), a detachable luggage rack and back rest (not padded) and she has the passenger pegs if you want to attach those.
She also has a new set of handlebars, if you want a different feel when you ride.
Also included is this Harley Davidson tour pak
The Harley bar & shield logo
Another view of the tour pak. This slides down over the back rest and can be adjusted so it does not fall off.
So, you have a 2003 Anniversary Edition Harley Davidson Dyna Low Rider, with 11,437 miles, an 88 cu in carburated engine, passenger foot pegs, detachable wind shield, detachable luggage rack & back rest, an extra set of handle bars, and a Harley Tour Pak. Pat is asking $10,000 for it all and if you are interested in this Harley and have any other questions about it or if you would like to buy it, contact Pat at: 940-636-1873. This Harley won't be available long so call her today.
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Please continue to pray for ALL of our troops both in & out of Harms Way, especially for Che Whitaker and Chris Drage both of whom are serving in the Afghanistan Theatre of Operations and for Fred Hughes who will be deploying to Afghanistan later on this month for his second tour in the Middle East. His first tour was in Iraq.
Until next post, ya'll be careful out there, keep the rubber on the road, keep your head on a swivel and most importantly of all..............RIDE SAFE................................JOHN