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This bike is my baby and has always been stored in my garage. This bike has never been in an accident, laid down, scratched, or damaged in any way. It has always been meticulously maintained. MUST SEE bike in person to appreciate, as pictures don't do it justice. I get compliments daily on this bike.

-original owner (purchased directly from Hamburg Honda dealer in Hamburg, NY in August 2005)

-custom black/red paint with ghost flames and skull (paint color changes in sunlight)

-mirror-like reflection clear coat finish.

-engine: 1,312 cc (80.1 cu in) SOHC, three valves per cylinder, liquid-cooled 52° V-twin

-transmission: 5 speed shaft drive

-front & fear disc crakes

-Vance & Hines loud exhaust straight pipes (I have quieter baffles that can be put in if desired)

-lay down, curved chrome license plate holder

-Mustang driver/passenger seat

-Kuryakyn Pro-R hypercharger air cleaner

-Bad Boy loud air horn

-1.5 inch diameter drag handlebars

-Brake Away cruise control

-ISO hand grips

-Kuryakyn skeleton hand and arm mirrors

-blue Halogen headlight bulb for extra visibility and brighter light at night

-highway pegs

EXTRAS Included (that are not on bike):

- brand new set of Metzeler tires (same tires that are on bike now)
- custom saddle bag mounts with passenger hand rails (can also be used as tie down points)
- saddle bags custom made for this bike (bags are off right now)
- extra set of front brakes (new)
- any parts that were removed when bike was customized (original handlebars, mirrors, etc)
- Nelson Rigg bike cover for winter storage
- original dealer promo flyer for this model
- Honda service manual ($100 value)
- battery tender trickle charger (for winter storage)

I will reluctantly sacrifice $4,500 for this.

Bike has 58k miles on it. Runs like new. Local pickup or drive home - no delivery.


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