For the first time Harley-Davidson has squeezed its 110-cube Twin Cam, normally reserved for CVO models, into a Fat Boy Lo frame to create its most powerful and desirable cruiser yet.
HD Australia sales manager David Turney and “Pontiac tragic” nails it when he says it reminds him of the Pontiac GTO.
“Pontiac squeezed in the biggest motor that would fit in the chassis. It’s the same with the Fat Boy S,” he says.
Fat Boy was the biggest seller in the Harley family in Australia for several years until it was surpassed by the Dark Custom range, then the Breakout and now the Street.
However, a resurgence in Fat Boy is now predicted with the addition of this high-powered, low-riding model. Price is extremely attractive at $31,495 which is just $2500 more than the [...]