Gateway Classic Cars Las Vegas is proud to present, this 2007
Harley Davidson Street Glide that has been highly modified. If you
are looking for a "bad to the bone" custom, this amazing Street
Glide could be it. It's a vision of a bones and blades bagger with
a wild skeletal paint scheme. It was built by Underground Customs
of Chattanooga Tennessee using a 2007 Harley Davidson FLHX Street
Glide as it's foundation.The engine was enlarged with a Boswell big
bone kit along with hot camshafts, oil cooler and temperature gauge
as well as cruise control.The ride is handled by a racked out-front
fork by Henry Abe. Paul Yaffe of Bagger Nation supplied the air
ride system, 3D mounted gas tank and Phantom exhaust pipes, red LED
digital gauges give the bike a retro vibe that blended well with
the overall theme. The design cues are consistent throughout the
bike with blade mag wheels, battle axe foot boards, skeletal mirror
mounts and kick stand, plus the wild paint scheme.The Sony stereo
system easily overpowers wind noise and as a special feature, a
special key fob controls the automatic opening saddlebags via
hydraulic arms.This beautifully detailed bagger built to the
highest standards with the finest components. The creation will
provide pride of ownership and total enjoyment while riding.
2007 Harley-Davidson Motorcycle
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