Gateway Classic Cars of Philadelphia is presenting an awesome
Chopper, the 2007 Big Dog Bulldog. Big Dog Motorcycles was an
American manufacturer of custom motorcycles, based in Wichita,
Kansas, United States. The company was founded in 1994 then shut
down in April 2011. They produced nine models including their
popular edition, the Bulldog. The Bulldog model received V-Twin
Expo's 2007 "Excellence in Motorcycling Award" for a production
motorcycle. All Big Dog motorcycles utilize S&S V-twin engines
that measure to a whopping 117 cubic inch S&S diamond cut EFI.
They are also equipped with a 6-speed manual transmission to get
you down the road. The big one-piece fuel tank makes for a fun
cross-country cruiser. A Wide rear tire, and extensive use of
chromed components is the Big Dog style. This Bull Dog is very well
optioned with Vance and Hines big radius pipes, custom stingray
seat and air ride suspension with switch operated adjustable air
shock. As you can tell this bad ass Bulldog is loaded with chrome
and an awesome orange flaming paint job. Options on this gorgeous
2007 Big Dog Bulldog include: Leather seat, belt drive, and
aluminum alloy wheels wrapped in performance radial tires. This is
one awesome chopper that you don't want to miss. To view this 2007
Big Dog Bulldog in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD
video, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our Philadelphia
showroom. For more information, please call 856-599-4100 or email
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