Harley Davidson's 1994 Low Rider Custom is descended from the FXS, Harley's first factory custom machine, which was unveiled at the 1977 Daytona Beach Bike Week. Featuring a twin rear shock frame and the 1340cc Evo engine, this is a traditional Harley with a low seat and pull back bars. First registered in the UK in December 1994, this very clean Low Rider was acquired by the vendor's late husband from official Harley Davidson dealer P.M. Motorcycles of Harleston, Norfolk in August 2010. It had had four previous owners. The current displayed mileage is 14,015. Supporting documents include a V5C registration document, a number of MoT certificates from the period 2006 2012, and P.M. Motorcycles' sales invoice. This Harley has not been used for a few years and careful re-commissioning is urged before further use.