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  YEAR: 2003
  MAKE: Harley Davidson - Motorcycle  
  MODEL: Motorcycle  
  STYLE: VRod Thunderbirds F-16 Jet Bike  
  PRICE: $19,900  
  PHONE: (815) 625-2500  
  EMAIL: john@hotrodschoppers.com  
  ZIP CODE: 61081  
  STOCK NUMBER: 10477  
  DESCRIPTION:  
  This unique creation was built by custom bike builder Doc Neon. Doc was originally commissioned by the Thunderbirds to build an F-16 themed bike to be auctioned with the proceeds going to charity. It sold at Mecum for over $50,000. He got such a positive response on the bike that he decided to build a second one for himself which is what you are looking at. For years it was on display at Halís Harley Davidson near Milwaukee until it was sold to the current owner who we represent on consignment. The heart of this fighter jet is a 2003 H-D V-Rod with 15,286 miles on it. The custom work on this bike is like nothing we have ever seen before from the nose, to the wings all the way back to the tail fin. The headlight was replaced with an HID driving lamp and sets of HID fog lights. You will also notice that the wheels have been custom engraved with the Thunderbirdsí logo as well as an assortment of similar badges throughout the bike. The current owner had Woodstock Harley Davidson install 40 feet of LEDís which light this bike up like none other. It has new tires and brakes with just over 2,000 miles on them. It was completely dealer serviced and dyno tuned just before being brought in to our shop and runs incredibly. If you are looking for a museum quality piece that will not only turn heads but will break necks you will not find a bike that will bring you the type of attention that this one will! For more pictures and a video of the engine and lights visit HotRodsChoppers.com  
   
     
     

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