This beauty was just listed on eBay with a $6,845.00 opening bid and NO RESERVE! To bid on eBay item # 261312532919 go to the following url: http://www.ebay.com/itm/261312532919 *The Harley-Davidson Super Glide is considered to be the first factory custom motorcycle which originated by mating Sportster components, most notably the front end, with the chassis of their larger big twin motorcycles. Production of the FX Super Glide was released in 1971 and has been upgraded several times since its introduction. Production of the FX Super Glide was released in 1971. In 74 an electric starter was available on the FXE and the Fat Bob tank was replaced with a one piece tank. In 77 the FXS Low Rider was introduced and all models went back to the Fat bob tank with a special center divider that included a tachometer. In 79 the kick start was. The FXR Super Glide II was introduced in 1982 which essentially had an FLH chassis with lighter frame tubes, a rubber mounted engine and a 5 speed transmission. In 91 the Dyna chassis was introduced with a Sturgis model followed by a Daytona in 92. The FXDX Super Glide Sport was introduced in 1999 featuring improved suspension components and triple disc brakes. In 2006, a new Dyna chassis was introduced along with a new six-speed transmission. The current Super Glide model offers a wide variety of front ends and trims and continues to fill the intermediate niche between the smallest and largest Harley models. This particular example came standard with a solo seat but has been upgraded with a passenger pad which is removable. It also ahs been upgraded with a Rhinehart 2 into 1 exhaust and a Stage 1 kit. It currently has 14,287, was recently serviced and in is new condition except for a small dent in the tank as shown in the pix. We have priced this beauty to move so if you like what you see get in touch before its gone! For more pictures and a video of the engine visit HotRodsChoppers.com
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