Introduced in 1990, the Fat Boy was designed by Willie G. Davidson, grandson of one of the founders of the motorcycle company, along with co-designer Louie Netz. It’s timeless design merges comfort and practicality together, with hidden rear shocks and a low seat position. Part of the softail family, the Fat Boy was the first model with solid wheels, and the only one for the next 18 years.
Rode by Arnold Schwarzenegger, 1991 in "Terminator 2: Judgement Day”, the Fat Boy instantly became one of the most desirable bikes in the world. And in 2015 it was back in the movie franchise's latest sequel, "Terminator: Genisys,".
Far more than a movie prop, the Fat Boy has held its own in a competitive motorcycle market where models are pulled from product line-ups when sales drop or they've lost their original ouster.
It was also the first Harley to have factory-installed "shotgun" exhaust pipes styled after the barrel of a shotgun. Rider floorboards, a wide fuel tank and a fat front fork complete its distinctive look.
This well maintained 2003 model, finished in Vivid Black and Anniversary stripping, has covered 19000 miles, benefits from Vance & Hynes short shots exhaust, and is one of the last carburettor TwinCam models produced, emphasising that distinguishing sound that only a Harley possesses.
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