2004 Harley-Davidson Ultra Classic Motorcycle Online Auction
1:00 PM *
Tuesday, March 21
10% Buyer’s Premium added to the hammer bid price to determine the final purchase price.
Cash, check or Wire Transfer in USD *
- Due by close of business the day following the auction.
- Possession and title held for 14-day period with payment by check for bank clearance.
- Possession and title held for wire confirmation.
Vehicle Sales Tax
No sales tax will be collected by the Harritt Group. Each buyer will be responsible for paying sales tax in the state the vehicle will be titled in.
Monday, March 20, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Scheduled pick-up by appointment
Stark Construction LLC
Selling online a 2004 Harley-Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic red touring bike with a V Twin 88 engine and only 44,596 miles. America’s iconic motorcycle ready for the open road – just in time for spring!
2004 HARLEY-DAVIDSON FLHTCUI ULTRA CLASSIC ELECTRA GLIDE
MODEL: FLHTCUI Ultra Classic® Electra Glide®
ENGINE DISPLACEMENT: 88 cu. in. / 1450 cc
ENGINE TYPE: V Twin 88™ (EFI)
LOCATION: Charlestown, IN
MANUFACTURING PLANT: York, PA
PRIMARY COLOR: Red
FEATURES: CB Intercom, CD Player, Front Fairing & Windshield, Hard Saddle Bags & Rear Trunk, Wrap-A-Round Passenger Seat, Highway Pegs, Spoke Wheels, Chrome Accessories
Take I-265 to IN-62 E/E 10th St/Ohio River Scenic Byway in Jeffersonville. Take Exit 10 from IN-265 E/IN-62 E. Follow IN-62 E/Ohio River Scenic Byway for 7.6 miles to Dean St in Charlestown.
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