2010 H-D FXDB Dyna Street Bob
The Harley Davidson Dyna family evolved from the factory custom revolution of the 1970s which combined Big Twin performance with an extended FX front end. Dyna models are known for delivering both great handling and bold styling. Stripped to the limits of being street legal the Street Bob was inspired by the classic design of post war bobbers from the ape hanger handlebars to the chopped rear fender and retro tail light. Standard features include Michelin Scorcher tires, a black powertrain, a new tank medallion, a new helical cut 5th gear for improved transmission sound, a 4.7-gallon fuel tank, black laced steel wheels, a chopped rear fender without support covers, a solo seat, internally wired ape hanger handlebars, a retro style LED tail light as well as a wrinkle black tank console, battery box and belt guard. This particular example was dealer optioned with a custom H-D flamed paint set (#36 of 200), quick release H-D leather bags, a quick release passenger back rest, a passenger seat as well as custom tribal grips and pegs all the way around. Not only that but it sounds awesome with its Python performance exhaust system. It only has 1,282 miles and was just completely serviced so it is in need of nothing but someone to put some miles on it. If you could see yourself being that someone you better pick up the phone before someone else does.