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Old 03-06-2002, 11:50 PM
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Ive had Hondas,Triumphs,and Nortons, but my current '71 Moto Guzzi Ambassdor gets a lot of looks. Harleys seem so common. To each,His own. I love having something rare.
 
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Old 03-07-2002, 01:00 AM
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Always liked the Heritage Springer and Fatboys myself.

Nothing quite like a fuel injected black Fatboy
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I like bikes. Got several. Got my first bike still - '72 MiniTrail, '74 XL250, '74 XR75, '86 KX250, '86 VFR750F, '99 YZF-R1.

Uncle just bought a new twincam Dyna Glide (I think that's it, NOT extended fork, NOT fuel injected). Surprised me, way nice bike. Good motor, well behaved chassis, sorry brakes. Way nicer ride than I had figured it would be. Traded in a '96 HondaShadow ACE1100 which I thought would prove to be a bettere bike thna the Harley but HD has made major improvements.. Touche'
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nuff said...
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I guess to each his own

This is what I ride
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Old 03-07-2002, 09:56 AM
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Hey Jeff... Thats a beautiful bike... But its not a Harley....
 
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Old 03-07-2002, 10:14 AM
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Old joke:

Q: What's the difference between a Harley-Davidson and a Hoover vacuum cleaner?

A: The location of the dirt-bag...

I know groan... LOL. J/K
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Old 03-07-2002, 11:14 AM
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hey GRH, your right dude. My bike was built in Germany, More like an AMG 600 Mercedes compared to a Corvette.
 
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Hey Jeff... Nice analogy .... Personally I prefer to buy American... I'd take the Vette over the Benz in a Heartbeat..... BTW.... Did you notice the $$'s & Vehicles GM donated to the NY 911 Fund? Did you also notice German, Japanese & Korean car manufacturers donated 0... No offense to your bike... like I said its beautiful.... but it ain't a Harley & you started your tread by asking if anyone liked Harley's...
 
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Hey Jeff... Nice analogy .... Personally I prefer to buy American... I'd take the Vette over the Benz in a Heartbeat..... BTW.... Did you notice the $$'s & Vehicles GM donated to the NY 911 Fund? Did you also notice German, Japanese & Korean car manufacturers donated 0... No offense to your bike... like I said its beautiful.... but it ain't a Harley & you started your tread by asking if anyone liked Harley's...
Actually, GRH that's not entirely true. Many other care manufacturers (including German, Japanese and others) did donate autos, trucks and money to the 911 fund. They just didn't use it as a marketing ploy like GM. They chose to treat the donation as just that: a gift.
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