The FXDS 'Lowrider" Convertible, was added to the Dyna Glide line in 1994, has been popular among riders who want a do-it-all bike. In the Convertible, Harley has in effect created two bikes. The first offers a windshield and solidly mounted soft bags suitable for a long haul. I have shown it with the bags both on, and off, they do come with it. The bags do have what I would call "use" marks, and they are also sun faded, but the are very functional. Upon reaching the destination, bags and windshield can be quickly and easily removed, revealing the classic Harley lines, ready for Main Street. The removable windshield and saddlebags differentiate the Convertible from the Dyna Glide line of Harleys, the chassis is what sets the Dynas apart from the rest of the American iron. Considered a “sport” chassis by the Harley factory types, the Dyna frame pursues two goals: to provide a rigid platform for the rider and to isolate the rider from the vibration inherent in the 45 degree V-Twin. Now I know there are a lot of guys out there that like the older "Evolution" engine over the 'Twin Cam' engine design. This one runs and rides just as good as it looks. With the rubber engine mounting system, Only the slightest vibration reaches the rider. Evo. bikes are getting hard to find in good condition. This one is well worth looking at!!!