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2007 Harley-Davidson Road Glide Custom located in Port St Lucie, Florida.

This bike has been meticulously dealer maintained and always covered and stored. I am the 2nd owner. I have owned the bike for 3 years. It currently has 30,6XX miles on it. Oil and service was just completed so shes ready to ride!

The following major options (not an all-inclusive list) have been added to the motorcycle:

Performance:

103 kit with higher compression pistons
Harley Davidson Screaming Eagle Air Breather kit
Rinehart full exhaust
Power Commander
Bike produces right at 100HP with 113ft-lbs of Torque! Plenty fast for easy 5th and 6th gear highway passing but still reliable enough to take cross-country.

Appearance:

21 Front wheel with matching 11.5 rotor
18 Rear wheel
Lowering kit on both front and back
Paul Yaffe Mini-Ape Bars
Arlen Ness Teardrop Mirrors
Braided Brake and Clutch lines
Blade Levers

Touring and Comfort:
Detachable Chopped Tour Pack with liner
HogTunes 70.2 amplifier with Boom Audio 6.5 speakers
Center Stand
Cruise Control
Mustang Touring Seat
Mustang Driver Back Rest
Bagger Shield adjustable Windscreen
HID Headlights
Harley Davidson Security System with Paging Remote
Harley Davidson Garmin Zumo Navigation Mount (plays directions through the speakers) (Garmin Zumo 665 unit not included)
New Rear Tire, 50% left on Front Tire Bike is in excellent condition and gets compliments everywhere I take it.

Cash or certified funds only. $14,499
 

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I'm from Kansas. Moved to Florida last September but kept my Kansas cell phone service so my contacts wouldn't have to update my number. The bike is also listed on Craigslist and Cycletrader in South Florida.

I have been a member and lurker for over two years. I don't actively post (obviously). It's a very nice motorcycle and thought some of the members might be interested.

Those who are interested can PM me for contact info.
 

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It does say he joined 3 years ago. In my opinion the bike is overpriced but I think he should use all avenues available to him to try and sell it.
 

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With so much aftermarket stuff it was difficult for me to determine value. I researched this site, CL, and Cycletrader for comparable bikes. In my area there aren't any comparable bikes. Is there a rule of thumb?
 

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I cannot speak to your area but I bought my 2011 a few months ago, it has 7,000 miles on it and over $9,000 in mods on it and I paid $19,000. Alot of times you will not get money back you spent on the mods. Regardless, good luck with the sale.
 

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I'm willing to accept offers. The motorcycle is free and clear; I have the Florida title in my possession.
 

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My residence is in Florida. I was required by the state of Florida to re-title all of my vehicles. It's undoubtedly a HUGE money maker for the state. I wasn't too happy but had to comply or I wouldn't be eligible for homestead here.

I understand being weary in this day and age but rest assured I'm a regular guy just trying to sell a motorcycle. Anyone who is interested can speak with me on the phone and meet me in person to see the bike.
 

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With so much aftermarket stuff it was difficult for me to determine value. I researched this site, CL, and Cycletrader for comparable bikes. In my area there aren't any comparable bikes. Is there a rule of thumb?
aftermarket means nothing in price I paid 500 more for my 2013 ultra your price is way off for the forum, now if you came down a bit you may sell it on cycle trader or craigs list. But here 12-14k on the high side. My price is based off 5k over what a dealer would offer..

Good luck with the sale..
 

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Having to re-title all vehicles in FL sucks. They gouge you.


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I may be mistaken, but I would think most states require a vehicle to be titled in the state you want to tag it.
My daughter moved to W.V. and had to title her car in that state before they would issue tags, all part of insurance requirements also, I am sure.
 

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Yes, what I was trying to say. Many thanks. Florida screws you big time on this.


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Yes they do! Be prepared and have a seat before they tell you the cost. I wasn't prepared and almost had to be picked up off the floor! :D



I lowered the price again. Very NICE motorcycle for the money. I don't have to sell it, but I want to. If any one is in the market and has a reasonable offer, send me a PM.
 
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