Overall design features take us back to the pre-“Duo-Glide” days with the triangular, rigid-looking swingarm, hidden shocks and fat fork sliders with chrome tube shrouds. The lines flow from the full front fender, across the classically styled (and 3-D badged) fuel tank with chrome instrument panel, across the deeply scooped saddle down to the rear fender and studded, internally buttressed saddlebags. A windshield and pimp lights (er, passing, or spot lamps) complete the look, and the laced wheels round out the remaining details. The 45-degree, chrome-on-black 96" engine sits like a gemstone in a setting, and removes any doubt that this is an American-made machine. Also typical for Softails is the low saddle height. At 27-inches unladen, and 25.5-inches laden, the seat is low enough for all but the shortest rider to be able to flatfoot. It has aftermarket mufflers on it, Talk about a great sound, and look!! Check out the red jewels on the saddle bags, Nice touch to this super clean Heritage!!