For nearly 120 years, Harley have been synonymous with large-capacity engines, first as a single cylinder then v-twins, mounted in rugged, no-compromise cycle parts. The core design brief has spawned innumerable models, through a myriad of technological developments.
Introduced in 1990, the FLSTF Fat Boy combined components from the Softail Custom and Heritage Softail Classic in a futuristically styled (from a 1950s standpoint) package that proved instantly popular.
The 2004 Harley-Davidson FLSTFI Fat Boy on offer here has been owned for several years by a Southern California enthusiast. Purchased about a decade ago with 10,000 miles, the bike has been used sparingly over that time, serviced regularly, and maintained well. Now, with 17,000 miles on the odometer, the time has come for the bike to seek a new custodian.
The bike is in mechanically very good condition, starting easily, riding well with good power, brakes, etc. All electrical systems work as they should. Cosmetically, the bike shows some wear, conducive with age, mileage and the usual quality of Harley’s chrome shop.
Frame no. 1HD1BXB194Y077016
Engine no. BXBB4077016
Location: Marina Del Rey, California