Harley-Davidson kept the press busy in February, The Motor Company unveiling the Fat Boy 30th Anniversary, CVO Road Glide and the Softail Standard.The Milwaukee-Based company launched more special editions this week, debuting a patriotic two-tone paint scheme on its Road Glide Special models.The factory-installed paint will be limited to 750 models of each color.
The two paint options available are:
Billiard Red/Stone Washed White
Billiard Blue/Stone Washed White
The motorcycles are highlighted by the “Number One” logo in red and blue on the fuel tank, along with a Harley-Davidson script logo over the secondary color on the lower saddlebags, and a wide stripe in the secondary color down the center of the front fender and the fairing.The fuel tank design is similar to the latest CVO models. Saddlebag latches are color-matched.Speaking about the Road Glide Special with custom factory painting, Harley-Davidson says, “Factory installation offers the customer an attainable custom paint option that eliminates the need to either re-paint the original components or install an accessory paint set that leaves take-off painted parts on the shop floor. The Special Edition Two-Tone Paint options meet demanding Harley-Davidson standards for quality and durability, and are backed by the limited Harley-Davidson warranty.”The 2020 Road Glide Special model with the Special Edition Two-Tone Paint options is priced at $29,699, a $1900 premium over base price with a standard solid color.For additional information, visit Harley-Davidson.
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