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The "Deuce" was Harley Davidson's addition to the "Softail" lineup in 2000, and it has since been received with wide approval. Styling aspects such as the front fork assembly with it's smooth lines and thick chroming are what customizers typically do to their own bikes, and the stretched fuel tank with the one piece smooth flowing dash cover have been custom details for some time now. Combine the attractive nature of this bike with the extensive personalizing choices of the owner, and you have an eye grabbing piece machinery. The change to the low slung "Badlander" seat carries the flowing lines of the drag bars, and they both smooth out the appearance, not to mention making the bike more comfortable, plus all of the new chrome hand and foot control accessories and stainless steel cables clean up the appearance for a more stylish look. The factory rear fender has contemporary "Pro Street" styling prompting the addition of the adjustable lowering kit for the more aggressive stance.

The major cosmetic additions to this machine give it a look that is appealing and unmistakable in a crowd. It takes a discerning eye to notice the various chrome hardware and allen covers that make an almost subliminal difference. The chromed foot pegs all around are a simple yet effective change, and the Performance Machine "Seville" wheels with matching rotors and pulley are a sophisticated switch from the stock especially with the wider rear tire to fill out the rear fender. The factory two tone paint with the 100th anniversary pin stripe is the only subtle statement the bike makes.

The service records indicate that the vast majority of the modifications have been performed by the Harley dealership where and most of it, when it was purchased. It starts and runs well with a new "Screamin Eagle" intake track and a Vance & Hines exhaust which are coordinating performance enhancements that will provide many miles of carefree cruising with some extra torque and horsepower. The braking system has retained the stock calipers but the rotors have been replaced with the matching P.M. "Seville" on the back and front, all plumbed with braided stainless steel lines.

With the performance enhancements, cosmetic embellishments, and creature comforts that have been added, this bike is in better than new condition, and could almost be considered a C.V.O. bike (Harley Davidson's Custom Vehicle Operations), except for the usage of some parts not manufactured by H-D.

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