2010 Harley Davidson Old School Chopper

Custom 2010 Harley Davidson Old School Chopper  3.4 degree rake rigid frame, an 80 cubic inch, 1340 cc Harley Evolution Engine, a five speed 3.35 inch open primary, a custom jockey shifter with hand clutch and a handmade fuel tank and fender

Custom 2010 Harley Davidson Old School Chopper 3.4 degree rake rigid frame, an 80 cubic inch, 1340 cc Harley Evolution Engine, a five speed 3.35 inch open primary, a custom jockey shifter with hand clutch and a handmade fuel tank and fender

Custom 2010 Harley Davidson Old School Chopper  3.4 degree rake rigid frame, an 80 cubic inch, 1340 cc Harley Evolution Engine, a five speed 3.35 inch open primary, a custom jockey shifter with hand clutch and a handmade fuel tank and fender
2010 Harley Davidson Old School Chopper Engine and Accessories

The 2010 Harley Davidson Old School Chopper for Sale has a 3.4 degree rake rigid frame, an 80 cubic inch, 1340 cc Harley Evolution Engine, a five speed 3.35 inch open primary, a custom jockey shifter with hand clutch and a handmade fuel tank and fender.

The air cleaner on the custom 2010 Old School Harley Davidson Chopper is made from a vintage drive-in movie speaker and the narrow springer forks have been streched 19 inches over stock. The chopper's seat a real standout in red leather with a handcarved nautical star and there is so much more!


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You must understand that this is not your average, everyday custom motorcycle. This beauty is sleek, sexy and will command respect and get lots of attention anywhere you ride it and all this can be yours for the very cheap price of only $16,950 or you are welcome to submit a best offer bid when you email me your questions and offers using the space below provided by Strike Lightning Used Motorcycles for Sale (and PLEASE include your contact information!) and I will respond with answers to your questions or after consideration of any offers as quickly as possible.

Strike Lightning would also encourage bikers to submit a review of the 2010 Harley Davidson Old School Chopper to make the biker community aware of any problems that are common to the parts and accessories that were used in building this Old School Chopper or to point out its positive features in order to help potential buyers make informed decisions.



This cool custom Harley Davidson chopper is a must have for any serious motorcycle enthusist! The only reason I am selling this collectible work of art is to fund my next overseas adventure.


Here are the specs of the 2010 Old School Harley Davidson Chopper:

OWNER/BUILDER: Brandon Willis
YEAR/MAKE/MODEL: 2010 Harley Custom

ENGINE:
MANF: HD Evolution/81.65 cubic inches
CARBURETOR: Mikuni
AIR CLEANER: Retro Drive-In Movie Speaker
EXHAUST: Modified Samsom with Heat Wrap
STARTER: Electric All-Ballz
IGNITION: HI-4
COILS: Crane

DRIVETRAIN:
TRANS. MANF/TYPE: HD 5 Speed
CLUTCH: Ultima Dry
PRIMARY DRIVE: 3.35 inch Open Belt

FRAME:
MANF/TYPE: Ultima Rigid
RAKE: 34 degrees
STRETCH: 4 inch on Down Tubes
AXEL: 3/4 inch

WHEELS/TIRES/BRAKES:
FRONT WHEEL TYPE: 60 Spoke
FRONT TIRE TYPE: Dunlap HD 21"
REAR WHEEL TYPE: 60 Spoke
REAR TIRE TYPE: Avon 160
BRAKE: 4 Piston Chrome Caliper
ROTOR: Chrome

PAINT/FINISH:
COLOR: PPG Flat Black
WHEELS: Fire Engine Red Powder Coat
FORKS: Blakc Satin Powder Coat

ACESSORIES:
GAS TANK: Modified Villan
GAS CAP: Recessed with Spin Off
OIL TANK: Custome round
SHIFTER: Jockey Style with guide
CLUTCH: Hand Cable
FORWARD CONTROLS: Custom made
HEADLIGHT: 6 1/2 inch Teardrop with Scallops
TAILLIGHT: Chrome Sparto
SEAT: Handcarved Nautical Star in Leather
OIL CAP: Custom Douple Bladed
NECK STOPS: Hog Haulter Hidden Stops
GRIPS: Alen Ness Retro Grips
OTHER: Inline Hydrolic Brake Light Switch

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AWFUL!!!
by: Anonymous

Good luck watchin that collect dust!

What a waste of time and $ to build that hideous thing.

Sorry...just honest. ;D

Speed Answer
by: Brandon (Owner/Builder)

Got the bike up to about 80-85 comfortably, not sure the exact amount because there is no speed odometer on the bike.

Top Speed
by: Anonymous

What's the top speed on it without it beating you to death?

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