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They are an exclusive stock. From to , with the exception of the Servi-Car , there have been two distinct lines of V-Twin Harley-Davidson motorcycles, the small twins and the big twins. Harley-Davidson styling director Willie G. Davidson was aware of this phenomenon and decided to design a motorcycle for production that would have the look of the custom bikes.
To accomplish this, he started with the frame and rear suspension, but not the electric starter, from the FLH Electra Glide , to which he then mated the smaller telescopic forks from the XLH Sportster. The production FX Super Glide was released in to a lukewarm reception. Particularly not well received was the "boattail", which also proved to be unpopular on the Sportsters that had it. Sales of both models improved when less radical rear styling was made available. Both versions also got an exclusive one-piece tank instead of the Fat Bob tank used by the FL.
A Harley-Davidson Confederate Edition of the Super Glide that had commemorative paint and tank and fender decals was produced but in such low volume numbers - only units - as to make it one of the rarest of the company's motorcycles. The base, kickstart-only FX was discontinued in This model had a disc-type rear wheel instead of the wire-spoked wheel of the Super Glide or the solid-spoked wheel of the Low Rider.
The Wide Glide was discontinued the following year. The FXR was the base model with solid black paint and laced wheels. The FXRS was the deluxe model with two tone paint, mag wheels and a backrest. The FXR chassis was essentially an FLT Tour Glide chassis with slightly bigger diameter frame tubes and a more conventional design around the steering head.
The Disc Glide as it was known was a very rare motorcycle. It had the first Chrome Package: chrome rocker boxes, nose cone, and primary cover. Apart from the paint scheme, the Dyna Glide Custom was virtually identical to the Daytona. Dyna Customs were all painted black and silver, and the early models had a silver powder coat on the frame.
Later production units had a black frame. The Low Rider Sport was discontinued in ,  and the Low Rider was discontinued after the model year. Vehicle specifications and features may vary from country to country depending on local laws, and some models are not available in certain countries. You must be logged in to post a comment. News Ticker. About Michael Le Pard Articles. Owner and Founder of Total Motorcycle. Supporting over Motorcyclists and Motorcycling for 23 great years. Total Motorcycle is my pride and joy and being able to reach out million people has been incredible but I could not have done it without the support of my visitors, readers and members, thank you so much!
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