In 1976, Harley released a limited run of bikes called the Liberty Edition to commemorate America’s bicentennial. Liberty Editions were built across several models – I’ve featured a similarly-prepped Super Glide before – but from what I can tell, the differences were only cosmetic with black metallic paint and special decals on the fairing and tank.
Beside the stickers, this was a regular FLH. This example is extra special as it has just 284 miles – the seller notes that was owned by the father of his boss who used to ride it in an annual toy parade.
One thing to note is that the listing is said to be in New York, New York but that’s a mistake by the seller. This bike is at Boswell’s Harley-Davidson, which is in Nashville, Tennessee. Find it for the healthy asking price of $29,999 here on Facebook Marketplace.