Unlike other Harley-Davidson "factory customs," the FLSTN had modern mechanicals like belt drive, disc brakes, hydraulic forks, and Harley's softail frame.

1993 Harley-Davidson FLSTN Heritage Softail Pictures

The 1993 Harley-Davidson FLSTN Heritage Softail motorcycle combined the classic Harley look with an unusual bovine-trim design. The result was a striking machine.

The plaque below the ignition switch lists the build-sequence number in the total production run of just 2,700 bikes.

The 1993 FLSTN Heritage Softail's chrome fork cover was reminiscent of those on Harleys of the 1950s.

Bovine trim detailed the tank top, and was also found on the Cow Glide's seat and saddlebags.

The high-styled chrome fins of the cylinder head were the perfect complement to the custom-bike theme.

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