Stock Number: U12-624723
Engine: Air-cooled Twin Cam(TM) with Integrated Oil-Cooler
The silver bullet! This bike looks incredible in its silver paint and accessories. Tour in style on the open road. Call us today to get the full accessories list and book a test ride Doc Fee: $495 *Easy financing available *Zero Down Available All Prices Do Not Include Taxes. Financing Available And Trade In's Are Always Welcome. Freight / PDI & Doc Fee Included. For Your Convenience, Take Delivery Of This Motorcycle At Any Of Our Barnes Harley Davidson Langley, Victoria or Kamloops Locations. Ask Today. www.Barneshd.com We Are Now Open 7 Days A Week! Stock Number: U12-624723 Motor Dealer License Number: 8594
2012 Harley-Davidson® Electra Glide® Classic
The 2012 Harley-Davidson® Electra Glide® Classic FLHTC is a great bike for your long distance trips. New for 2012, the Harley® Electra Glide® Classic features a powerful, new, larger air-cooled Twin Cam 103(TM) Harley® engine with 6 speed cruise drive tranmission, providing more performance power for passing, hill-climbing, and riding with passenger and lugagge. A key feature of the bike is the motorcycle luggage capacity. The FLHTC has a Tour Pak providing additional space to the Harley® motorcycle saddlebags. The GTX Harley® saddlebags are perfect for storing your items for long distance ridding. Learn more about this bike with its Harley® saddlebags and Tour Pak motorcycle luggage capacity.
CLASSIC FUEL TANK
Part of the unmistakable style of the Harley-Davidson® Electra Glide® Classic motorcycle is plenty of room for showing off your paint. This classically styled, bold six-gallon fuel tank doesn't just give you a bigger canvas for premium or custom paint; it holds six gallons of go so you can eat up a lot more road between pit stops. We know fuel economy is important-but so is style. Sharp, eye-catching colors and premium waterslide graphics give this ride a classic Glide look.
Designed by Chief Styling Officer Willie G. Davidson, the nimble, fork-mounted Bat-Wing fairing first appeared on the touring scene back in 1969. And it continues to evolve and symbolize the essence of Grand American Touring motorcycles more than forty years later. The