1994 Harley Davidson FXLR
The FXR line of Harley Davidsons was developed in the late '70's and introduced in late '81 as an 1982 model year. It was designed to compete with the handling of the up and coming Japanese bikes of the era. It combined superior handling with the great V-twin motor.
In 1987 a second generation of this series was introduced, the FXLR Low Rider Custom. With the engine being rubber mounted to the frame, it exhibited a much more comfortable ride while still maintaining some of the best handling characteristics of any Harley. This model was known as the 'Engineer's Bike' having been developed by a team led by Steve Pertsch and including the road racer Eric Buell.
The bikes feature a 5-speed gear box and the famous bullet-proof 1338 cc Evolution (Evo) V-twin engine that was one of the hallmarks of the turnaround of Harley Davidson in the 1980's.
This is the very last year of the great FX Low Rider Custom bikes and the most developed.
Still with the original owner, he is a well known chief concours judge in the automotive world and as you can imagine, throughout the 23,500 miles this bike has been riden, it has been extremely well cared for and is in impeccable condition! It has had a recent service that included a new battery, rebuilt carburetors and is ready to be enjoyed.
Tastefully customized for maximum performance this bike includes:
Bub's Bad Boy exhaust
Factory cast dual disc front wheel
Performance Shocks and tuned front suspension
Arlen Ness one piece turn signal/mirrors
Custom LePera seat
It comes with every original part from the day the bike left Dudley Perkins Harley Davidson in San Francisco in June of 1994. Keep the performance mods or return to stock, the choice is yours. All service receipts and manuals accompany this very well cared for bike with original paint, it's an amazing time capsule.
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