Codys Classic Cars
307 North Broadway St.
Beautiful one owner bike, two-tone red/black
103 c.i. engine
6 speed transmission
front and rear dash cameras
1-inch lowering kit front and rear
chrome fork lower sliders
color matched inner fairing
siren added to alarm system with remote pager receiver
removable tour-pack kit for that Street Glide look
Boom! speaker kit
iPod kit for stereo
Screamin' Eagle mufflers (50 state legal)
Road Zeppelin air adjustable seat
drivers back rest
passing lamp, signal, and headlamp trim rings
Includes owners manuals, H-D service manual, and suspension air pump
Includes all OEM parts that were changed out: inner fairing, windshield, rear shocks,
front springs and lower fork sliders, mufflers, luggage rack
Call us at 715-709-0343 or email us at [email protected] to discuss this vehicle today. All pics and info can be found at www.codysclassiccars.com. In person or 3rd party inspections welcomed and encouraged. Reasonable offers considered and assistance with transport to anywhere in the world is available. Thank you.
Terms of Sale: All vehicles are sold AS-IS with no warranties of any kind, and all sales are final. We strongly encourage you to inspect, in person, any vehicle you are considering purchasing. Third party inspections are also welcomed and encouraged. To place a vehicle on hold for 7 days to allow for an inspection, a deposit of $500 (via credit card) is required. This deposit will be applied to the purchase price. This deposit is refundable should you inspect the car and decide it's not the one for you, but once you take delivery, it's yours. All sales are final. Acceptable forms of final payment include cash, cashier's check (once cleared), or wire transfer. A $100 dealership service fee is added to the final purchase price. Wisconsin residents will pay sales tax and titling fees. Out-of-state buyers will be responsible for any applicable taxes and registration in their state/country of residence.
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