Very specially customised, fast
|Year of first registration:||1991|
|Registration papers present:||Yes, NL|
Harley Davidson Sportster XL 883 from 1991.
Registration number: NL, MN-64-KD
With various extras such as:
-Large petrol tank (16 litres) with recessed aluminium fuel cap
-Wide upside down fork
-Three-spoke aluminium wheels by Rcomp
-Corbin solo seat
-Vance & Hines 2 in 1 exhaust
-Mikuni high performance carburetor with high air flow filter
-Koni rear suspension
-Sidemounted license plate
This specially converted Sportster is an absolute eye-catcher and drives great.
It has significantly more power than a regular one due to its special carburetor and exhaust.
The counter has been replaced by a digital speedometer, the exact mileage is unknown but according to the previous owner it’s around 30,000 km.
The Harley has two good Avon Venom tyres, the lacquer and chrome are in reasonably good condition. (NL)
This motorbike can be viewed and picked up in Hengelo, Overijssel.
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The seller prefers the lot to be picked up
The seller prefers the lot to be picked up from Hengelo (Netherlands). Shipping is possible by arrangement only. Costs of shipping are at the buyer's expense.
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