Manufactured in 1986 this lowrider is one of the last Harleys fitted with the old FXR frame and what was then the new 1340cc ‘Evo’ engine, having previously been powered by the aging 1200cc ‘Shovel Head’ motor. It was the frame of choice for many custom bike builders in that time for its low slung seat position and excellent handling despite its wide rake. It gave way in 1991 to the new Dyna fame that had better rubber mounting for the engine but the new frame had a much higher seat height and steeper rake and so was not so suited to custom builds. This example was imported to the UK and registered in 1989. Little is know about its history except that it has had 5 former keepers the last since 2007. A nice looking bike it has some quality custom features, the front yolks are ‘wide glide’ billet aluminum that house a alloy Rev Tech 16” front ( and rear ) wheel. The bike has alloy forward controls, a five gallon fuel tank, S&S super E carb and a free flow exhaust system, this is also one of the last Evo engined bikes to a chain final drive.
In generally very nice over all condition it is showing 38,760 miles and was fully serviced recently. It comes with a UK V5C logbook and an Mot until April 2015.