The 1990 Harley-Davidson FLSTF Fat Boy is one of the most beloved motorcycles in recent memory.
Harley-Davidson has produced numerous specialty machines over the years, but few have had the impact of the FLSTF Fat Boy that debuted in 1990.
The Fat Boy's simple yet elegant silver paint scheme was enhanced by a matching frame, with subtle yellow highlights being the only idiosyncrasy in the monochromatic theme.
The Fat Boy was alone in its use of solid 16-inch wheels both front and rear, and got a slimmed-down skirted front fender to help differentiate it from other retro-styled Big Twins. It even got its own monogrammed air cleaner.
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