Electra Glide Classic Shrine Edition. All members of the Shriners Motor Corps are required to ride identical, same model and year, Harley Davidson “Shrine Edition” Classic motorcycles. These motorcycles are specially built and custom painted by Harley Davidson for the Shrine Motor Corps, thereby making them very rare. In addition the saddlebags, trunk (called a King Tour-Pak in Harley-speak), and fork-mounted "batwing" fairing with lowers it is equipped with a full complement of bells and whistles. That includes spotlights, and an audio system. The audio package includes a AM/FM/CD player sound system. It delivers sound through multi speakers (two in the fairing). This one has been treated to some extra chrome goodies,and some great sounding, and looking Screaming Eagle mufflers pipes. Let that mighty 88" mill breath!! The "Glide" part goes back to 1949, when Harley first introduced a hydraulically damped fork, the Hydra-Glide, on its big twins. The name was applied to the entire bike in 1958, when the Duo-Glide was rolled out with rear suspension. In 1965, when the big twin got much needed electric starting, it was renamed the Electra Glide. For six years, until the Super Glide, the first true factory cruiser, debuted out in 1971, the Electra Glide was the only Harley big twin. It is the bike that you think of when someone says "Harley," "dresser," "big twin" or even "American motorcycle." It has been fully serviced, and it is ready for the open road!!!!
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