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HARLEY DAVIDSON 60s SPORTSTER NOS ORIGINAL DUAL SEAT
HARLEY DAVIDSON 60s SPORTSTER NOS ORIGINAL DUAL SEAT $250.00
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Harley Davidson XL XLH 1000 Ironhead Sportster Dual Seat
Harley Davidson XL XLH 1000 Ironhead Sportster Dual Seat $119.99
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Roland Sands Design Boss 2-Up Dual Seat For Harley Davidson 2004-15 Sportster m - One Size Roland Sands Design Boss 2-Up Dual Seat For Harley Davidson 2004-15 Sportster m - One Size
List Price: $368.11
Sale Price: $368.11

Roland Sands Designs Boss 2-Up Seat Direct bolt on Ergonomic shape keeps rider seated firmly & comfortably. Black distressed vinyl with black perforated diamond sections triple stitched Controlled density polyurethane foam Baseplate is marine grade fiberglass RSD metal logo Manufactured by Mustang Seats Sold individually

Mustang Vintage Dual Seat for Harley Davidson 1982-95 Sportster Mustang Vintage Dual Seat for Harley Davidson 1982-95 Sportster
List Price: $305.10
Sale Price: $305.10

No-frills, Vintage look featuring a braided edge skirt Made in USA Front width - 12.5in. Rear width - 8in. This Item Fits the Following Applications: 1988-1995 Harley Davidson XLH1200 1987-1995 Harley Davidson XLH883HUG Sportster 883 Hugger 1986-1995 Harley Davidson XLH883DLX Sportster 883 Deluxe 1986-1995 Harley Davidson XLH883 1986-1987 Harley Davidson XLH1100 1983-1985 Harley Davidson XLX 1000 1982-1985 Harley Davidson XLS Roadster 1982-1985 Harley Davidson XLH1000

HTT- 1x For Harley Davidson Dyna Sportster Softail Black Billet Aluminum Seat Bolt HTT- 1x For Harley Davidson Dyna Sportster Softail Black Billet Aluminum Seat Bolt
List Price: $5.01
Sale Price: $4.50

Product Details: Replace the plain-looking stock screw on your Harley seat with a beautiful Black AFTERMARKET Seat Bolt today! Comes with a pre-installed Black Neoprene washer for a secure fit and looks great on both black or chrome seat brackets Machined from solid billet aluminum and Stage 2 ard Anodized Black to a hardness of HRC 75 for great wear resistance Corrosion resistant stainless steel threaded stud Please check the existing thread type on your Harley Seat Bolt first to confirm that this product will be compatible. This seat bolt is for 1/4"-20 thread type (most common on Harleys) Package Included: 1 X Seat Screw Fitment : 1996-2016 Harley most models Rear seat 1/4" Screw Notice:This Bolt is for Rear of Seat to Top of Rear Fender Mount, Not for Side Mount Bolts or Nuts or Not for Nut Mounting - Like Dual Nut Solo Seats


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What is the value of a limited edition Harley Davidson?

I have a limited edition, numbered Harley. It's a 2003 Sportster 883, 100th anniversary edition with the special badges. It has a full custom Screaming Eagle package on it. It has a custom paint job with flames fading from white to red, a dual seat with willie skull sissy bar, and flame pegs. It is numbered on the tank, #75 of 500. I can't find anything remotely like it as much as I search. It has just under 1600 original miles, in excellent condition. I want to insure it properly, not just the price for a run of the mill 883 Sporty. Any ideas?

I hate to burst your bubble, but it's value, due to the BAD market on bikes right now, is worth around $7500 MAX. And that is only due to any performance upgrades done. Even though its the 100 anniv edition ( and I am assuming factory custom paint), BRAND NEW 1200's rubber-mounted, are going for $10k.
I know all to well, in reality, there is at least $12-15k in it, but market wise, $7500 max.
If I were you, since it is a Limted, (Factory Custom???) I would take it to an HD dealer and have it appraised for replacement value and documented for your insurance company. This is the ONLY way your ins co, will believe it's value.

Harley Davidson Bobber, Cafe Racer, Sportster

Written by editor

October 18th, 2001 at 8:52 am

Posted in Vintage Parts

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