1984 Harley Davidson Tour Glide Classic FLTC

1984 Harley-Davidson Touring

Price: US $4,500.00
Item location: Burlington, Wisconsin, United States
Make: Harley-Davidson
Model: Touring
Type: Touring
Year: 1984
Mileage: 50,495
VIN: 1HD1DBL34EY501538
Color: Blue
Engine size: 1,340
Vehicle Title: Clear
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1984 Harley Davidson Tour Glide Classic FLTC

v Runs good

v Drives good

v Shifts good

v Progressive rear suspension upgrade

v Late model Harley CV carburetor upgrade (1990+)

v EZ-Just hand adjust air/fuel mixture screw upgrade

v Carb fuel inlet elbow upgraded to brass from plastic

v Screaming Eagle Air filter

v I have the Mechanics Service Manual and a Parts catalog – with these two books you won’t ever need anything else!

(I have documentation of the upgrades/changes that I have made.)

Bike has not been registered since 2006. I picked up this bike in a trade 2 years ago. I intended to keep it and make it my personal resto-mod bike but I need to sell it to pay taxes. When I got the bike it needed a carburetor rebuild kit and new throttle cables. After I refreshed the carb and throttle cables I tuned up and cleaned up the brake rotors and pads. I put about 250 miles on after that on various short trips last year. I never had any problems whatsoever. The front tire needs to be aired up about once a month. The seat is in good condition except it has a hole in it where the previous owner had a back rest installed. There is black duct tape over the hole now and it is holding very well. It has a working air-horn air pump installed but it needs the horn. It worked when I got the bike but the horn inlet was plastic and it broke when I pulled the inlet tube off. It just needs the horn of your choice and it will be working again.

This bike needs some tender loving care…but it IS a great bike and you can hit the road right away on day 1. All it needs is to work some elbow grease into it in between rides and it’ll shine up very nice. I have not polished it at all, nly washed it to get the dust off. It will shine much better if you have more time than I do to polish it up. It does drip oil as the majority of Harley do from this era…I just put a drip pan under it.

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