2001 Harley-Davidson Softail
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The Deuce is the most radically new Harley-Davidson motorcycle since the Hydra-Glide. But throw a leg over this one, punch the starter button and its millennium time. Gone is the jackhammer vibration. No lumpy idle either, at least with the optional fuel injection. Easy starts, a smooth ride, a relatively comfortable seat, feet-forward riding position, a decent set of brakes and the look of a custom.
It has a long, sleek tank, a way-low seat, a bobbed rear fender, and some of the slickest custom-bike styling touches ever home-grown in Milwaukee. Yet despite its cool, clean, show bike appearance, the Deuce is one of the most fun, functional models in the entire H-D lineup, with on-the-road performance to match its at-the-curb good looks. Our HD has a 2006 Deuce special paint job done in yellow pearl and deep cobalt with pinstriping.
Foundation for the Deuce is the same chassis found beneath the Softail Standard and Night Train, all three of which share a 34-degree head angle. Not exactly a true chopperesque kickout, but its the most rake available in the entire H-D line. The gas tank has a longer, thinner teardrop shape than other H-D tanks, giving it a mildly stretched appearance, and its a one-piece unit, as well; the dueling gas caps (the left one is a dummy cap that houses the fuel gauge) were retained just for looks. The LePera seat is a deeply scooped saddle that blends smoothly into the rearward slope of the gas tank, and the short rear fender has a straight, horizontal cutoff paralleled by curvaceous, chromed braces that attach to the fender without any visible hardware. No matter where you look at the tiny, narrow-gauge rear turn signals, the flush-mount taillight, the stylish, chromed instrument console, the fully chromed front fork you see ultra-cool hardware. We forgot to mention that this one has heated grips!
This 2001 HD is equipped with a 95-inch screaming eagle motor with heads, cams, carb, pistons and was upgraded with Vance and Hines pro-pipe exhaust. Consignor states that it has 100HP at the rear wheel. Additional items are new tires and a new battery. Motor was recently gone through by Harley Davidson in MN.
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Vehicle History Report
- Motorcycle ID201308819
- Stock NumberCCA0235
- Mileage17,811 miles
- TransmissionManual 5-Speed
- Exterior ColorYellow Pearl/Deep Cobalt
- Heated Seats?No
- Cruise Control?No
- Antilock Brakes?No
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