The year is 2005, the New England Patriots win 24-21 over the Philadelphia Eagles during Super Bowl XXXIX. And Jeff Gordon wins the 47th Daytona 500 at (135.173 MPH). That same year this Harley Davidson Wide Glide rolls off the assembly line. Now with only 51447 original miles on her she still rides like a new hog. As one of two major American motorcycle manufacturers to survive the Great Depression (along with Indian), Harley Davidson has survived numerous ownership arrangements, subsidiary arrangements, periods of poor economic health and product quality, as well as intense global competition to become one of the world's largest motorcycle manufacturers and an iconic brand widely known for its loyal following, with owner clubs and events worldwide as well as a company sponsored brand-focused museum. Noted for a style of customization that gave rise to the chopper motorcycle style, Harley-Davidson traditionally marketed heavyweight, air-cooled cruiser motorcycles with engine displacements greater than 700 cm and has broadened its offerings to include its more contemporary VRSC (2002) and middle-weight Street (2015) platforms. Harley-Davidson manufactures its motorcycles at factories in York, Pennsylvania; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Kansas City, Missouri; Manaus, Brazil; and Bawal, India, and markets its products worldwide. To view the car in greater detail, including an HD video and 100+ HD pictures please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com or our Denver showroom. Call 303-872-4722 for more information.