Betcha haven't seen one of these in a while.....well this is number 1055 of 3,500 produced.
We took this bike in on trade for a 2019 FXDR
This 16,xxx mile one owner 35th Anniversary is a throwback to the original from 1971, but has modern technology to make it lot's more fun to ride.
The previous owner set it up with the matching H-D leather bags and slip on exhaust.
There is a bit of light pitting on some of the chrome, but is in great shape overall.
Please feel free to contact us with any questions.
Descended from the original factory customs, the Dyna™ series lives at the crossroads of style and performance. Born of an undying urge to chase far-flung horizons. This year, the family gets a wheel-to-wheel redesign. One look and you see the machine is substantial in every detail. From the mass of the 49 mm raked forks to the muscular 160mm rubber in back. On top of the new tough look, you’ll notice performance upgrades, too. Beginning with a whole new gearbox. The all-new 6-speed Cruise Drive™ transmission is ready to kick its legs out on the open road. The clutch takes less effort to pull, making all six gears even more satisfying. A new frame, new 1" front and rear axles, and a wide swingarm make handling tighter than ever. Also for 2006, you’ll find all Dyna 1450cc Big Twins equipped with consistently smooth-operating Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) standard for the first time ever. You might find it hard to believe, but we did all this without compromising affordability. No one but Harley-Davidson® could ever take the factory custom to a place this good. When Willie G. Davidson’s Super Glide® rolled off the line in 1971, you could see it was different. Fat rear tire beneath a boattail fender. Narrow front end. Big Twin engine in the center. Gleaming red, white and blue paint on a one-of-a-kind shape. Thirty-five years later, The Motor Company announces the Anniversary Edition of the Super Glide®. Wide handlebars Fat Bob™ fuel tank with dual caps. Loads of chrome parts. The famed #1 logo emblazoned on the tank, just as it was on the first model. Even the paint scheme does the original machine proud. Each of these limited-production bikes is individually numbered. Don’t wait another 35 years to get yours.