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This "U-Built" is quite simply a fat tire "Fatboy" with all the basics of a cool looking "boulevard cruiser". Clean, simple, and lowered with beefy components.

Pro One forged billet "Storm" wheels with matching brake rotors and the skinny pulley. A wide swingarm with a custom tab fabricated on to it to mount the side mount license bracket. A smooth steel rear fender with the struts built into it wraps around the Metzeler 240 series tire, and sitting on top of that is a custom stitched leather seat that flows smoothly into the stretched five gallon tanks with pop-up caps. A steel Jesse James front fender rounds out the sheet metal for a completed look.

Modest chrome accent pieces adorn subtle areas of the bike to give it an uncluttered appearance that is in keeping with the single tone metallic blue paint job. As the bike was rebuilt from a stock "Fatboy", the mechanical aspects of the bike have remained as stock with the only visible changes being the S & S Cases and the BUB exhaust system. There is no evidence to support that anything more has been done to the internals of the drive line. Obviously to this point, more focus has been on the stylish aspects of the bike than the performance components. The mileage listed is assumed to be the total number on the factory Harley components used to accomplish this finished product and the book value is based on a 1996 FLSTF which has a current rate of depreciation of -18.17%.

The overall presentation of the machine is good with no abnormal signs of wear or abuse, and the engine seems to run tight and idles smoothly with a good rumble from the pipes.

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