This is a beautiful Harley favorite that has been cared for, always
garaged, and well maintained. It is black with chrome and has only
18,078 miles. This bike is loaded with every option including cell
phone charger and Vince and Hines Longhorn pipes. New for 2000,
Harley brought forth in the Softail bike series, a new version of
the Twin Cam engine that is more powerful and easier to service and
lessened the vibration of the previous Evolution engines. The 2000
model has ribbed covers on the transmission and triple clamp. The
one thing that Harley-Davidson made sure was unchanged, is the
excellent MPG of 43 mpg. Other changes in the heritage Softail
Classic for 2000, were studded leather saddlebags with enough room
for short trips for 2 or a longer trip for one person. Also
featured is the passenger backrest, full fenders, 16-inch wire
spoke wheels, spotlights, tank top instrumentation, and fishtail
mufflers. There are other features that were changed in the Y2K
year, and those were a one piece fuel gauge built into the dummy
left fuel cap, maintenance free battery, larger oil tank, sealed
wheel bearings, more accessible side stand and the same key used
for both the tank top ignition lock and steering lock. This Harley
is located just outside of Denver CO. You can view it by calling me
and making an appointment.
2000 Harley-Davidson Softail
Location:Cornelius, North Carolina
Interior Color:Black Seat
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