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Help. I'm attempting to rebuild my recently accident damaged 1986 FLTC Tour Glide Classic. Having trouble locating a King Tour Pack to fit my ride.

Would prefer one in good condition. No cracks or breaks (I already have one of those). I will be repainting it to match so cosmetic issues and color match is not important.

If you have one for sale, or a lead on one, or a suggestion of an aftermarket one that will fit please let me know.
 

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I have a lead on one right now through a PM. Sounds like a good opportunity. Will know more midweek.

Feeling much better about rebuilding my bike after the accident. Wife even came up with an idea for a total repaint. I'm thinking I'll be rolling out in spring in style on my old "86".
 

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Still looking.

The offer was not quite what I was hoping to buy.

I've been digging around everywhere I can to try and track down several 28 year old parts.

Some of you guys are really pitching in to see what you can do to help this old guy fix his old machine.

I've been a part of this forum for a short time and greatly appreciate all the help I can get.

Let it be known I've checked all sources on Ebay and Googled to try and find what it is I want to buy. I do know that Ebay can change so quickly from hour to hour, and I try to check out the new listings as quick as I can.

My hope is that you know someone with a fairing, tour pack or caddy that's just sitting waiting to be found and sold. It would be nice to find these things in white (caddy in brown) but I'll check out any thing that might work on my '86.

Here's a closer look before the accident.

 

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I have one that is in brand new condition from my 07 thats only been used 6-7 trips and looks identical to the ones in your pic, it has a black luggage rack, fitted liner with wall and lid organizer with the pad. Im selling the bike and have a 12 CVO now and am getting a chopped tp. Its redfire pearl, let me know if interested. I also have the detachable rack and mounts
 

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Nice offer. Thanks for the PM back. You have a good, fair price. Quite a bit more than I can spend.

I was able to locate an early 80s trunk. Just working out some of the details with hardware and need for painting.
 

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Just got my settlement offer for the September collision and my '86 has been totaled. The appraised value of my bike came back at $6,123 (value prior to the accident) and the repair estimate was $11,297. Not sure what I'm going to do, but I'm certain I'm buying it back for $919.

A very generous forum member has helped me collect most all of the hard to get parts. I'm now considering repairing the unique existing fairing, installing the aftermarket caddy and new stereo I have now, and repainting to match, the replacement trunk I also have. Probably won't be investing much more to make it look perfect.

I had just gotten all the mechanical / electrical repairs in top working order about three weeks before the collision and fortunately it was more cosmetic body parts that were damaged than anything else. I'm hoping to start a new bike fund with what's left over.
 
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