The Harley-Davidson name is as American as they come. Founded in 1903, the company comes with a reputation forged in innovation and quality, and has earned an adoration among riders that's close to worship. One of only two American motorcycle companies to survive the Great Depression, Harley has equipped everyone from American troops (across both World Wars) to weekend warriors. And while they have manufactured bikes of all shapes and sizes through the years, they are best known for their iconic, muscular street bikes.
More than anything else you can drive or ride, a Harley-Davidson represents the freedom of the open road. Harleys are legion among motor clubs for exactly this reason, and it's no coincidence that they also featured prominently in the film “Easy Rider.” But of course, it isn't only a symbol. These are bikes that are highly customizable, comfortable, and built to last. When you also consider the legendary build quality, fit and finish of a Harley-Davidson, it's easy to see why they retain a higher resale value than most any other motorcycle.
This 2003 Harley-Davidson FLHR Road King is powered by a carbeurated 80 cu in. 2-cylinder Big Twin engine. It is not only the successor to the beloved FLHS Electra Glide Sport, it also commemorates the 100th anniversary of an icon. It features a striking custom gunmetal paint job and custom graphics, as well as an FM stereo and rear driving light package. The current owner has treated this bike with the kind of love and respect you'd expect a Harley to get. With 2403 original miles, it still looks as good, and runs as well, as the day it left the plant.
Does that distinctive Harley roar give you goosebumps? Whether you belong to a motor club, or are just a lover of classic bikes, you already know what the Harley-Davidson name stands for. This is your chance to own what is truly a one-of-a-kind American icon.
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