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Harley-Davidson Softail

Harley-Davidson Softail

  Harley-Davidson Softail

Posted on by Anthony Kodack 1

Keith Kennedy, of Calera, Okla., was notified November 17, 2006 by the Harley-Davidson Motor Company that his name had been drawn as the Grand Prize winner in the 2007 Wide-Open House Sweepstakes. About a month later, Keith received an early Christmas present when he visited the local dealership, Texoma Harley-Davidson, of Sherman, Texas, to pick up his 2007 Harley-Davidson Fat Boy motorcycle on December 23, 2006. "The ride home was great!" said Keith. In addition to the Fat Boy, (...)

The new FXSTC Softail Custom offers the ultimate ride for those who want to kick back with their feet stretched out for a comfortable solo ride, or with a passenger. The new Twin Cam 96B engine and 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission enhances the ride, while the combination of laid-back chopper-inspired style and the comfort of a two-up seat and backrest is sure to stand out on the street.


As one of the more versatile motorcycles in a diverse family, the Softail Deuce remains a styling leader by getting low and long for 2007. With a lowered suspension reducing seat height by nearly an inch, the Softail Deuce is a custom motorcycle primed for the long ride.


The road is radical for the 2007 FXSTB Night Train, now rolling on a wide 200 mm rear tire with the new Twin Cam 96B engine, 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission and standard Electronic Port Sequential Fuel Injection (ESPFI). A new extended rider footpeg and brake pedal allows the rider to stretch out just that much further.


Just a little or a lot of creativity can give the Softail Standard a personality all its own, or more than likely, that of its owner. Proving that less can be more, the Softail Standard is considered an original long factory custom. It’s also an excellent canvas for customization.



The smooth-riding enjoyment of custom touring aboard the Heritage Softail Classic gets even better with the new Twin Cam 96B engine, 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission and Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI). The Heritage Softail Classic features touring essentials like comfortable riding position with a low seat height, wind protection, passenger room and luggage space, combined with early dresser style and a nostalgic feel.


The FLSTSC Springer Classic digs deeply into Harley-Davidson history for the retro look of a classic Springer front end with deep black powder-coated front forks and chrome shocks and springs. The new Twin Cam 96B engine in black and chrome, 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission and Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI) deliver a sweet rider with confident handling.

FLSTN Softail Deluxe sets its sights to the future with a look to the past. A 24.5-inch seat height makes this the lowest Harley-Davidson 2007 model and one of the lowest on the market. The Softail Deluxe is heavy on nostalgic style as a unique paint scheme, beautiful cloisonné and abundant chrome combine with the new Twin Cam 96B engine, 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission and Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI) for stunning overall performance.

Only the name is the same on the revised to the FLSTF Fat Boy, which grows bigger, broader and brighter for 2007. Besides more power, 6-speed Cruise Drive transmission and standard Electronic Sequential Port Fuel Injection (ESPFI), the Fat Boy gets funkier and flashier with a major upgrade to its already muscular profile. Start at the back with a new 200mm rear tire and extra chopped rear fender.


The Harley-Davidson Custom Vehicle Operations (CVO) crew has infused the new 2006 limited-edition FLSTFSE2 Screamin’ Eagle Fat Boy with rowdy performance and a lean, urban custom profile. Based on the popular Harley-Davidson FLSTFI Fat Boy, the Screamin’ Eagle Fat Boy features a Screamin’ Eagle 103 Stroker Twin Cam engine tuned to crank out more than 100 ft. lbs. of torque, special custom colors with metal grind accents, and a new steel seat.


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