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A bit of scale: US auto sales are roughly 17 million per year. The average car is about $25,000 and depreciates like a stone. Think about those numbers.



Although Harleys are expensive for bikes, they are cheaper than a nice two week cruise for two once per year. They also don't hardly depreciate.



They are also equal to only 1.3 percent of new car sales. The way I see the numbers, we could easily see a doubling of sales of all motorcycles in the next half decade (provided the economy gets back on track).



Now, if only the "Motor Company" would give MR. Buell a real motor to work with.
 

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Oh yeah, let's not forget customer satisfaction and repeat buyers. How many unhappy Harley owners do you know? They keep their customers happy and that's what counts.



I just wish they made something I could get excited about (although the Deuce is pretty cool).
 
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