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Default Unmolested near 100% original 76 on Ebay

Nice original owner bike for $2900


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Looks nice and straight.

"Had new valves, seats, rods and pistons put in back in 1986 so I could burn unleaded gas without having to put a lead additive in. I still have all the reciepts. The bike is taking up room and I never ride it anymore. Better I sell it to someone who wants to chop it out or just own a real Sportster."

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Looks nice and straight.

"Had new valves, seats, rods and pistons put in back in 1986 so I could burn unleaded gas without having to put a lead additive in. I still have all the reciepts. The bike is taking up room and I never ride it anymore. Better I sell it to someone who wants to chop it out or just own a real Sportster."

I know........ someone needs to save that bike!
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