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Cheyenne, United States
1966 HARLEY DAVIDSON ELECTRA GLIDE FLH, It's not often that opportunity to own a piece of history like this comes up. The 1966 FLH Electra-Glide broke new ground for Harley-Davidson's flagship model. The engine's cylinder heads were patterned after those of the sportster model, creating more efficient combustion chambers and resulting in a gain of about five horsepower for the FLH. The new cast-aluminum rocker boxes were noticeably different in shape from the Panhead's, leading enthusiasts to adopt the name 'shovelhead' for the new model. The optional king of the highway accessory package included front and rear bumpers, extra quiet dual mufflers, crash bars, saddlebags, and a windscreen.
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