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The Deuce was Harley Davidson's newest offerings in the "Softail" lineup, and it has continued to be received with vast approval. The bike itself has much more refined styling than it's counterparts. Styling touches such as the front end 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 aspects for some time now. The rear fender is a contemporary "Pro Street" style and the taillight was an all new design also, housing a show polished 17" rear wheel with a wider tire (160/70/VB17TL) , which is another custom touch that has become the norm for customizers.

Harley Davidson has stepped up to the plate in the game of "Factory Customs" and hit a homer with this addition to their ranks. Combine the already attractive nature of this offering with the numbered factory custom paint work and the personalizing efforts of the owner, and you have an attention getting piece of rolling artwork. The subtle cosmetic additions to this machine give it a look that is appealing and not overstated. It takes a discerning eye to notice all of the allen head caps and bolt covers that make an almost subliminal difference.The matching foot pegs all around, and the chrome and billet handlebar controls are a simple yet effective change, not to mention the comfort and usability of the bike being increased with the addition of the three inch further forward control mounts, custom stitched seat and the 1-1/4"pull back handle bars.

This bike appears to be in excellent condition and has low mileage for it's age. Assumably it runs well with a high performance Vance & Hines exhaust system and a Kuryakyn Pro series "Hypercharger", but no value has been added for unseen performance enhancements as no documentation has been provided. Given full consideration to the investment to accomplish the enhancements and improvements to this machine, the appraised value represents what could be considered a reasonable fair market value of a machine of this caliber, in this condition.

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