2001 CVO FXDWG2 DYNA WIDE GLIDE
One of the most beautiful and rare Harley Davidson CVO Bikes.
In 2001, the CVO program expanded with another assembly line at the Vehicle Operations facility in York, Pennsylvania. That year featured the FXDWG2 Switchblade, with a Scarlet Red paint scheme and 23k-gold-leaf flames.
The 2001 Harley Davidson CVO Switchblade is based on the Dyna Wide Glide and is powered by a Twin Cam 88 motor. The slammed front and rear suspensions lower the bike for a road-hugging look and feel. A full length full tank console (designed by Willie G. Davidson) and the silver-faced speedometer, along with the LightningStar Wheels, slash-cut exhaust and billet-style turn signals add to the drama of this visually impressive motorcycle.
The FXDWG2 features more than $8,000 in Genuine Harley-Davidson custom parts and accessories. Its sleek custom paint finish is done in a Scarlet Red and is accented with streaming flames of gold leaf on the fuel tank, fenders and headlight fairing. The powder-coated frame, chin fairing, are color-matched for added visual intensity.Harley Davidson limited the production of the CVO FXDWG2 to 1,465 units, making them rare and hard to find, especially in such great condition
1450cc (88ci) Silver & Chrome Twin Cam
Two Chain-Driven, Two-Lobe Cams
45 degree V-twin Configuration
Transmission Casing Attached Directly to Engine
Dual Coil, Separate Spark Plug Ignition
Five Speed Transmission
Chrome Billet Shift Linkage
H-D Factory Security System