2012 Harley Davidson Road King - Police Edition (FLHP)

2012 Harley-Davidson Touring

Price: US $5,100.00
Item location: Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
Make: Harley-Davidson
Model: Touring
SubModel: Road King - Police Edition
Type: Touring
Year: 2012
Mileage: 8,230
VIN: 1HD1FHM19CB628070
Color: Black
Engine size: 1,687
Vehicle Title: Clear

There's a new Sheriff in town!Look good and sound good on your new Road KIng Police but tell your buddies about your new ride - otherwise they may think the law is after them!Over the years the Road King has seen its engine size grow every few years and for 2012 it came equipped with the awesome Twin Cam 103 V-Twin engine. The air/oil-cooled mill pumps out 1690cc?€™s of power and is mated to a six-speed transmission and a belt final drive. In stock configuration the engine belts out just over 86 lb-ft of peak torque at 3400 revs and the engine?€™s fuel-injection settings and throttle response are superb.  Get ready to put some miles on this baby as the handlebar is placed at a reasonable level with a relaxed sweep and doesn?€™t demand any unusual contortions.  Suspension components deliver a plush ride even over rough pavement yet in the corners the Road King Police offers acceptable level of damping for those who enjoy spirited cornering maneuvers.  This Road King Police comes outfitted with fixed and lockable hard saddlebags that operate with one hand while seated on the motorcycle.  The Road King Police offers classic styling and functionality that works well whether you?€™re soaking up the scene in the city or cruising down the open road. A large analog gauge in the center of the fuel tank displays speed and odometer information and a fuel gauge is positioned toward the front left-hand side of the tank. The windshield can also be removed if so desired. Its six-gallon fuel tank will give you a range of upwards of 175 miles at cruising speed of between 75-80 mph.  This motorcycle has never seen police duty - it was purchased new from an individual who then added the "Sherriff logos to the saddlebags.  Keep the logos or get rid of them - either way you are going to be riding in style!This bike is ready to rock and roll - are you? 

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