Dyna motorcycles are the performance leaders amongst Harley's "big twins." They combine a Sportster front end with their own unique chassis. Dyna’s are the lightest, best handling and most versatile of the big twins. Their relatively light weight makes them a natural choice as the basis for a hot rod bike. The current Dyna chassis was first introduced in 1991 with a limited-production FXDB Sturgis model. The FXDWG was first introduced in 1996 and remained relatively unchanged until 2006. This particular example is an anniversary model with all of the appropriate 95th Anniversary badges. Not only that but it is a two owner bike that has been meticulously cared for since day one. It currently has 43,726 miles. The engine was rebuilt approximately 10 years ago at which time it had about 30,000 miles. The rebuild brought it form 80 inches up to 88 and it is estimated to put out 90 horsepower with even more torque. It has been nicely upgraded with an LED headlight, 10” Z bars, flamed levers, billet foot controls, custom grips, a 2-up seat with matching backrest, a luggage rack and it sounds just plain nasty ripping through its performance exhaust. It was serviced last year. It was just service which included a primary gasket, an oil seal, a starter shaft, an oil seal, an inspection cover gasket as well as new fluids and filters. Everything is in proper working order and it is in excellent shape. Especially considering its age. We have priced it well below the current KBB retail value without adding anything for the upgrades. If you like what you see we suggest getting in touch with us before it is too late!