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  YEAR: 2010
  MAKE: Harley Davidson - Motorcycle  
  MODEL: Motorcycle  
  STYLE: Road Glide 26” Custom by Paul Yaffe  
  PRICE: $39,900  
  PHONE: (815) 625-2500  
  EMAIL: john@hotrodschoppers.com  
  ZIP CODE: 61081  
  STOCK NUMBER: 10567  
  DESCRIPTION:  
  The FLTR Road Glide features a frame-mounted fairing that reduces weight on the fork as well as the handlebars and retains the distinctive style of a Harley-Davidson touring model. This particular example was completely customized by Paul Yaffe and was raffled off during the Biker for Boobies ride in October of 2012 at the Dirty Dogg Saloon in Scottsdale, AZ. When the winner received the bike it was in primer but the raffle included a complete custom paint job by Matt Howard with Deluxe Customs out of Phoenix. Matt did an incredible job with the brilliant Orange Metallic paint that is totally set off by the Willie G themed skulls through out. Yaffe stretched the frame an inch when raking the head tube 9 degrees which combined with the 9 degree trees give this big wheeled bagger a stock ride. The gorgeous 26” front wheel is a StarklLine from WanaRyd wheels and is complimented by the matching 18” rear wheel, rotors and pulley. Not only did Bagger Nation build the engine up to 103” but they also added a Wimmer intake and it sounds like a Harley should ripping through its SuperTrapp Stout exhaust system. Since this is a Bagger Nation build it showcases virtually every part from their catalog such as their signature 12” Monkey Bars, Scoowl fairing extension, HID headlights, risers, grips, mirrors, fenders, gas tank, dash panel, foot controls, pegs and Wedgy floor boards. Paul did end up using Arlen Ness Big Bags, he also mounted CVO lights in the rear fender and decided on a Klock Werks windshield as well as a La Pera seat that perfectly compliments the stretched tank. Since purchasing the bike we have upgraded the Bagger Nation’s House Party System with Alpine’s top of the line CDE-154BT head unit, swapped out the Rockford Fosgate PBR300X4 amp for a T400X4AD amp and upgraded the fairing speakers to component speakers. We also have added quick air ride for both the front and rear. We have a receipt for the work that Bagger Nation did which totaled right at $30,000 and did not include the cost of the original bike or the custom paint job. If you were to buy a used 2010 FLTR and do everything to it that has been done to this bike you would invest $60,000 easily. With less than 1,000 miles since being customized this bike is sure to sell quickly at the price we are asking! For more pictures and a video of the engine visit HotRodsChoppers.com  
   
     
     

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