Built in 1993 by the Fender Custom Shop to commemorate the 90th Anniversary of Harley Davidson Motorcycles. This piece would look great in the garage alongside an old school 'hog (naturally). Though to be fair, it would look pretty amazing just about anywhere! This beauty is lucky #007 of 109. Designed by John Page, J.W. Black and Pamelina H. and built by Scott Buehi & Jason Davis. Hand-engraved HD are on a custom made aluminum body and pick guard. Selectively plated in chrome and gold. Figured birds-eye maple neck, ebony board with stainless steel fret markers & engraved 90th Anniversary Edition plate at 12th fret. Of the 109 built, 9 went to Harley management, with approximately 40 in the US and approximately 60 to the rest of the world.In mint condition, with all the case candy, leather gig bag and flight case. Yes, that's a real diamond in the headstock!

 This model is in excellent condition, and had never been sold. The only blemishes are some small pock marks near the top of the body cutout on the back side.

There's only one Lucky Number 7!

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