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2005 Harley-Davidson Street Rod Photo Gallery

Photos of the 2005 Harley-Davidson Street Rod. 2005 Harley-Davidson Street Rod.

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Lucky journalists got to partake in San Diego's Fat Tuesday party while at the introduction.
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The Omni hotel provided the backdrop for this lineup of Street Rods.
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H-D offers the Street Rod is five different colors.
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The Vivid Black with the black frame is the most striking color of those offered.
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H-D coaxed five more ponies out of the Revolution Twin thanks to fuel remapping and a new set of pipes.
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It takes a little bit of muscle to get the Street Rod leaned over, but once it's there, it is planted.
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If Korf's face shield weren't tinted, you would see a grin from ear to ear.
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Go ahead, crawl around the seat and get in a sporting position.
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The Street Rod offers up 40 degrees of lean angle before the pegs touch down.
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Kudos to H-D for producing a functional instrument cluster that looks good.
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The Street Rod looks good against just about any back drop.
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One of the big visual differences is the addition of the 10-spoke wheels in the front and rear.
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Visually, the Street Rod share quite a bit with its cruising cousin, but that's where the similarities end.
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The Street Rod will hit showroom floors with an MSRP of $16,495
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Vivid Black is the only color that is offered with the blacked out frame.
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Pick the twisties, fastest roads you can find, the Street Rod will happily take you where you want to go.