Lot 191 - 2014 Harley-Davidson FXSB 103 Breakout
|Odometer reading||10,870 miles|
|Estimate||£17,000 - £21,000|
- Superb unmarked, low mileage example
- Cost £32,000 when new
There is little doubt that the Harley Davidson brand is one of the most recognisable in the world. Little did William Harley and Arthur Davidson know that they were to provide the backbone for motorcycle production in the US from the early days in at the beginning of the last century, through two world wars and right up to the present day. One of only two American cycle manufacturers to survive the Great Depression, Harley Davidson again produced large numbers of motorcycles for the US Army in World War II and resumed civilian production afterwards, producing a range of large V-twin motorcycles that were successful both on racetracks and for private buyers.
Originally registered on 17th May 2014, this magnificent Harley Davidson presents in beautiful unmarked condition. The metallic orange paintwork is unmarked as are the wheels and chrome of which there is plenty. This FXSB has a Stage 2 engine, custom engine covers, custom indicators and mirrors together with a custom digital speedometer. The wheels are turbo style and the rear tyre is a 260, drive to the rear wheel is via an open belt drive. Turn the key and fire up this Harley and suddenly you realise what a remarkable machine this is, the 1,690cc twin cylinder engine runs well and the noise from the exhaust pipes is exhilarating. Costing £32,000 when new, this bike awaits a new owner who wants the classic look but the reliability of an everyday bike to transport you in comfort and style.
Previous lotLot 190 - 1968 Lancia Flaminia 3B (2.8 Litre)
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