It doesn’t take long to figure out that a lot of money was spent bringing this Harley up to its current spec. The gorgeous gloss white pearl and satin charcoal paint came with a hefty $7,000 price tag, the sound system cost a cool $5,000 bucks, and a whopping $3,000 was spent on all that black powder-coating. When it’s all said and done, over $40,000 dollars were spent with the intent of making one of the baddest baggers out there.
Few original Harley-Davidson parts remain, as you can imagine (and see). There are the Glenndyne wheels and brakes, a Fat Catz front fender and Top Shop Money Maker rear fender, air ride setup, Dirty Bird exhaust, Vance & Hines fuel management system, and so much more that we simply don’t have room to list it all.
It all adds up to one of the most unique bikes around, one that you just want to sit and look at for hours. It’s already won some awards, and is no doubt a blast to ride as well. That is, if you can stop admiring it long enough.
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