You may know the background? Back in the 40s servicemen returning after the war took old military Harleys® and stripped them back. They made several refinements, including chucking away the front fenders and ‘bobbing’ the rear ones. Hence the ‘Bobber’ was born. And here we are, still are more than 70 years later, with a bike that maintains all that Bobber soul. But, while the Cat’s Eye console (first used in 1939) Hollywood bars, low-slung seat and half-moon footboards pay homage to its vintage roots, the 1690cc powerhouse that drives it, owes its potency to today.
The paragraph descriptions for the pre-owned bikes are generic, what the factory used when the bikes were new so they might not be precise. The bike may have been modified. Take them with a grain of salt. Same with the specifications, those are stating how the bike was spec’d stock, when new, not necessarily as it is at this very moment. Our salespeople will be glad to answer any detailed questions should anything in the generic descriptions be confusing. Also, there are over 30,000 prices and loads of specifications on this website, we do not warrant that is entirely error free. Thanks, - Barnett Harley-Davidson