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  YEAR: 2012
  MAKE: Harley Davidson - Motorcycle  
  MODEL: Motorcycle  
  STYLE: Ultima 127 Softail Chopper  
  PRICE: $12,900  
  PHONE: (815) 625-2500  
  ZIP CODE: 61081  
  STOCK NUMBER: 10509  
  This sweet chopper was built with only the best of the best parts available! The heart of this bad boy is a 127 Ultima El Bruto rated at 140 rear wheel hp with 145 foot lbs of torque. The power from this massive engine is easily put to the 250mm rear tire with its Ultima open 3 BDL and tranny. It is fed by a Mikuni 46 carb, a performance ignition and it sounds just plain nasty ripping through its one of a kind performance exhaust. The frame is a true work of art from Santee and has a one of a kind down tube with a chin spoiler built into it, a 35 degree rake and an added 2 inches in the backbone. The chrome billet front end is from Midwest Motorcycle Parts as are most all of the components are on the bike, it is 8.5 over and has an extra 7 degree rake in the trees. You will also notice the extra thick beach bars, chrome billet forward controls, chrome hand controls, all steel braided lines / cables, a custom Tri-bar headlight, an LED tail light with plate holder and the chrome spoke wheels which are really set off by the left side rotor pulley combo which leaves the right side completely unobstructed. The paint is a gorgeous Blood Red that just shines in the sunlight. All said and done over $30,000 was spent on parts alone and that did not include paint or labor to build it. This bike was completed during the fall of 2012 and has less than 200 miles on it since. If you are considering building a custom chopper it would cost almost twice what were asking to build one with comparable components. If you like what you see you better call before its too late! For more pictures and a video of the engine visit