Harley-Davidson FLSTF Fat Boy 2012
This model was made entirely with 3ds Max 2010, to ensure compatibility.
Both Standard materials and Brazil materials are included in the .max file. The Brazil materials included are the same used to make the previews above.
All necessary maps are included (bodywork and dashboard). 3 liveries arfe included, in the colors currently offered by Harley-Davidson for this model. (See previews)
Polygonal geometry, using mostly quads. Mesh smoothing is possible in most parts of the model, if a greater polygon count is desired.
A classy looking cruiser is the Harley Davidson Softail Fat Boy. This model has distinctive features are the fat tires, fat bars, fat fenders, and a big, powerful, black powder-coated, counter-balanced Twin Cam 96B engine. It’s air-cooled and has a 1690 cc displacement.
The name of the Fat Boy came from a brainstorming session of Harley staff, according to Martin Jack Rosenblum, historian emeritus for Harley-Davidson. The bike looked huge and the name was a poetic way to describe the enormity of the unit.
The Harley-Davidson Fat Boy is a Softail V-twin cruiser with solid-cast disk wheels. From 1990 to 2017, fat boys are named FLSTF and FLFB (& FLFBS) since 2018.
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