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2010 Harley-Davidson FLHX Street Glide
Smith Station, AL, 36877

Features:

Engine: 1584 cc
Mileage: 70,867
Exterior: Scarlett Red

Description:

I bought the 2010 Harley Davidson FLHX Street Glide in Scarlet Red, brand new from Gulf Coast Harley Davidson in Biloxi, MS in February 2010 with just 3 miles on the odometer. This is a one of a kind bike! The 2010 year was the ONLY year that Harley Davidson had a 2-into-1 exhaust system as standard on their touring bikes, with a single exhaust on the right side of the bike. The Scarlet Red paint is also very special because Harley has only offered this paint a handful of times throughout the companies existence. This was my first bike ever, so I had a few changes made before ever picking the bike up. First, I took off the standard wheels and had Harley Davidson Thunder Star wheels put on. Also, I changed the single passenger seat to a Sundowner one-up with Street Glide stitching put on; and the passenger and adjustable driver back rests added. Then, the rear passenger pegs were moved to the highway (crash) bar as foot pegs and I had full passenger foot boards added. Saddle bag guards were also added. I did not modify the engine, but I did add the chrome Harley Davidson Flames collection pieces to the engine and replaced the gas cap cover too. There was also a 12 volt plug added to the left side saddlebag for charging electronic devices (stays "hot" even when bike is off, so it charges when ever something is plugged into it). This bike has never been wrecked or dropped. The engine is a 96 cu.in. (1584cc) and does not leak or burn any oil.

About a year ago, I had the headlight changed to a high-output LED and the full bike re-painted with original Harley Davidson Scarlet Red. The inner fairing and brake dust covers were painted to match. Then, I added new rear view mirrors to the handle bars. There are several "extras" that will go with the bike as well. A set of fairing-mounted wind deflectors with screws, so they can be taken off when not needed (the plastic hole-fillers are in place now). There is a full set of brand new Harley Davidson brakes for the front of the bike, not that it needs brakes now but I had bought a set to have as spares. The bike originally came with a small tool-kit, which is in the saddle bag in the original fabric container with all tools included. In the saddlebag there is also a Harley Davidson brake lock, with the keys on the keyring for the bike. There are two sets of keys, with an original key chain from the dealer where I bought the bike. There are engine heat deflectors (painted to match the bike) mounted on each side of the engine, just below the seat.