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  YEAR: 2001
  MAKE: Harley Davidson - Motorcycle  
  MODEL: Motorcycle  
  STYLE: FLSTFi Fatboy Custom  
  PRICE: $11,900  
  PHONE: (815) 625-2500  
  EMAIL: john@hotrodschoppers.com  
  ZIP CODE: 61081  
  STOCK NUMBER: 10531  
  DESCRIPTION:  
  The Fat Boy is deserving of its name since there's nothing skinny about this bike! With its 88” Twin Cam engine, fat FL forks, black and chrome engine treatment, broad handlebars and 7” chrome headlamp you are sure to be noticed in a crowd. This beauty has 10,314 original miles, has been regularly serviced and has over $15,000 worth of upgrades. The most noticeable of which is the one off custom paint job by Dirty Mick’s Customs which is a brilliant dark blue with a grain pattern effect on it covered with perfectly laid silver tribal flames and Lucky Dice on the tanks. Not only does it have show polished and diamond cut cylinders and heads it also has a stage I with a DynoJet power commander and sounds just plain nasty ripping through its Python III shorty pipes. You will also notice a long list of chrome of chrome upgrades which include the swing arm, front end, inner primary, switch housings, pulley, rotors as well as covers for the axles and calipers to name a few. It has a matching set of H-D boards, pegs, levers and grips as well as a quick release back rest and windshield. The seat has been upgraded with a Corbin that comes with a driver backrest, it has an added H-D chrome tachometer, an H-D security system, a billet dash, a crash bar with matching highway pegs, show polished rims, blue LED lighting and terminal for a battery tender installed. It was serviced within the last 2,000 miles at which time all the fluids were changed, it received all new front and rear brakes as well as a new rear tire. All said and done over $35,000 was spent in the creation of this work of art. It has been priced at a fraction of what it cost to build so if you like what you see do not wait until it is too late to call! For more pictures and a video of the engine visit HotRodsChoppers.com  
   
     
     

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