Gateway Classic Cars of Fort Lauderdale is happy to present this
2003 Harley Davidson FXDL Dyna Low Rider, 100 Anniversary Edition!
Sharp Harley here folks and it's the preferred black finish. A mere
25.2 inches off the ground, the Dyna Low Rider was the lowest
Harley-Davidson motorcycle in the line. The raked 32-degree front
end, pull-back riser and low-rise handlebar, slammed suspension and
low-slung custom seat are all features that help define the
boulevard look of the Low Rider(R). Key characteristics: -Lowest
Harley seat height (25.2 inches) -Vibration-isolated, Black and
Chrome Twin Cam 88 Engine -Low-profile suspension -Low-slung custom
seat with tapered passenger pillion -Raked-out front fork
-Easy-reach, low-rise handlebar -Easy-reach, mid-mount foot
controls -Tank-mounted speedometer and tachometer -Highway pegs
ENGINE -45 degree Air-cooled Twin Cam 88 (vibration
isolation-mounted). -Valves Pushrod-operated overhead valves; w/
hydraulic self-adjusting lifters; two valves per cylinder. -Bore x
Stroke 3.75 x 4.0 in. (95.18 x 101.52 mm) -Displacement 88 cu. in.
(1450 cc) -Compression Ratio 8.9:1 -Fuel System- 2 Carburetors This
classic looking 2003 Harley is for sale through our Fort Lauderdale
showroom and can be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD
pictures and a HD video at www.gatewayclassiccars.com for more
information please call the showroom at 954-227-4202 or email us at
2003 Harley-Davidson FXDL
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