1995 HARLEY DAVIDSON SPRINGER SOFTAIL BAD BOY FXSTSB (this motorcycle is for example only; please contact seller for pics of the actual Bad Boy Softail  for sale)

1995 HARLEY DAVIDSON SPRINGER SOFTAIL BAD BOY FXSTSB (this motorcycle is for example only; please contact seller for pics of the actual Bad Boy Softail for sale)

The 1995 SOFTAIL SPRINGER for sale has a detachable windshield, short shot exhaust and comes with an extra set of drag pipes.

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I am the second owner of this BAD BOY Springer Softail

This motorcycle is the perfect example of when being a bad boy can be a very good thing.

It's listed for sale by a private owner and it has just 17,600 miles on it.

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The 1995 SOFTAIL SPRINGER which was initially introduced in 1995 was based on the Harley-Softail Springer model. The difference was that it was cloaked in black from its front fender to its cleverly bobbed tail.

In this model, even pieces which were usually bright like the fork tubes, the under the seat oil tank and the instrument panel were blacked.
The only chrome left was the front coil springs, headlight, exhaust pipes, handlebars, and various pieces of trim.

Even though the 1995 Harley Davidson Softail Springer Bad Boy's look was in the retro style, the technology was definitely modern.

Similar in concept to those used on Harley Davidisons through the 1940s, the Springer front forks had arrived with an updated design in 1988, and on the Harley Bad Boy, a multi-link arrangement was incorporated that allowed the fender to hug the 21-inch tire closer.

The frame
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looked rigid but was not. It was simply Harley's Softail design that incorporated a swingarm extending two shocks underneath the engine.

The Harley Davidson Bad Boy's power came from Harley's 80-cubic-inch Evo V-twin. Drilled disc brakes were featured both front and back.

The slotted rear wheel rather than being turned by a chain was turned by a toothed belt in the same fashion as other Harleys of the period.

Despite its obvious charm and sex appeal, the Bad Boy enjoyed a short life. Production of the Harley Davidson Bad Boy spanned only three short years. During those years, little in the basic design was changed other than the striping of the gas tank, which was available in yellow, blue, and red.

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I am asking a reasonable, affordable $7500 for it and if you're interested e-mail and don't forget to mention that you found my springer on GoGoCycle's Used Motorcycles and Parts for Sale www.gogocycles.com when you call.

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by: Anonymous

I love the HD softails and the springers. HD talks about collectibles but there are no 1990s anything worth that kind of money. It’s a fantasy. There may have been a limited no. made but with soooo many people trying to give their HDs away the prices just aren’t there. My suggestion is to keep it and if you want to put some crazy price on it ,you can keep it and keep it for sale at the same time.
Roadt Trip.

1995 Bad Boy
by: Lori

I also have a 1995 blue striped Bad Boy that I am having to sell. I have all original saddle bags and many extras! It's sad but I gotta do what I gotta do. Low mileage and small apes!

Still for sale?
by: MIke and Elizabeth

If this is still for sale please contact us at fourports@mac.com

I Own a 1995 Harley Bad Boy
by: Anonymous

I own a 1995 Harley Bad Boy. Does anybody know how many were made in that year? I have the red striping that I was told was rare. I personally
don't know for sure and would like to know more
history on how many were made each year and
how many were produced in each color
and how to identify by vin number of what number
bike mine was in 1995.. email nickhd80n at aol.com.

Great Advice
by: Anonymous

Hey man! Tim sounds like he knows a thing or two about Harley Bad Boys. You might want to edit your ad.

I would love to have more conversations with him and hear stories of his adventures on the road. Contributions from old school guys like him is why I love this site.

Tim, if you're listening...we want to hear more from you.

Your Price is TOO CHEAP
by: Tim Griffis

Hi there, I bought a new Bad Boy in 1996 and sold it four years later due to a back injury, etc. I just bought a 1995 which was the first year for the Harley Bad Boy. I'm not new to this game, I'm 66 years old and have rode with Peter Fonda and Bill Hayward (he financed Easy Rider for Peter because nobody else would touch the film).

I've probably logged a half million miles or more on two wheels and you're selling this Bad Boy too cheap.....don't do it!

Kick the price up. This is a beautiful bike worth at least 13k and no less!

Good luck, Tim, from North Dakota.

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