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Likely one of the lowest mileage 1980 Harleys still out there, and it shows.
My 1980 XLH has 0 miles on it. It had 0 miles on it when I bought it and after 2 years of regular riding it still has 0 miles on it. I can prove it too since it doesn't have any gauges.
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That is an honest-looking bike

Price is not bad for what it looks like. More experienced people on here can tell exactly how stock it is
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all the covers on the motor and primary,sprocket cover etc. have been chrome plated.$$$expensive but probably hurts the resale value when it's an antique now.
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