Velvet Hammer Motorcars
167 W. Dearborn St.
2014 Harley-Davidson Tri Glide FLHTCUTG Custom Project Rushmore Ultra Classic. This bike is in showroom condition with only 3,184 original miles showing on the odometer. It is finished in stunning Vivid Black paint accented by professionally airbrushed sword and smoke on front fairing plus skulls on rear fenders and trunk.
New to 2014 models, the Project Rushmore package introduces a new Twin-Cooled High Output Twin Cam 103 which is an air- and liquid-cooled V-Twin. This engine has liquid coolant that gets routed through the exhaust areas of the cylinder heads before reaching ducted heat exchangers in the left and right fairing lowers. This new Twin Cooled motor, "designed to maintain performance in the most challenging situations," has a high 10.1:1 compression ratio that helps it produce a claimed 10.7 percent more peak torque than a standard Twin Cam 103. Engine coolant is circulated by an electric pump, and Harley says the thermal comfort of the rider is significantly improved in situations such as hot stop-and-go traffic. That engine is mated to a smooth shifting 6 speed manual transmission with reverse.
This Tri Glide is incredibly well equipped and features just about every genuine Harley Davidson skull chrome accessory imaginable, lighted chrome bumper, lighted chrome luggage rack, custom extended diamond tipped exhaust, road pegs, cruise control, Boom Box 6.5 information system with GPS Navigation and MP3 capability, security system, microphone headsets as well as a cover. Best of all the Tri Glide is still covered under the factory Harley Davidson warranty.
It is incredible to look at and even more of a pleasure to ride. Be prepared to turn heads wherever you ride while being in total comfort. This really is the best of both worlds.
Please call Velvet Hammer Motorcars at (941) 460-3168 and we will be happy to answer any questions you may have as well as shoot additional photos or videos upon request. All information provided is to the best of our knowledge and we are not responsible for typographical errors.