+1 If you're first then I get to be second.
I HATE YOU! I HATE YOU! I'M GOING TO TELL KDUKE YOU'RE BEING MEAN TO ME AGAIN AND CHANGE MY LOGIN AND NOT SAY ANTHING EVER AGAIN EXCEPT STUFF THAT YOU REALLY NEED TO KNOW CAUSE I THINK YOU NEED TO KNOW IT AND IF I DIDN'T TELL YOU WHO WOULD TELL YOU I'M GOING TO OPEN MY OWN WESITE YOU BASTARDS!!!!!!... fleece a few million for me. And if you do I promise I'll buy a new bike right away instead of annoying everyone with indecision like that Kenneth Moore guy.
His signature was:Shouldn't your sig read "Do all to none and let me be a circle-jerking Dink that's all for one".
Or whatever the hell his sig was.
My sister HATES you Snarli. SO THERE!Jeezus, now you got him menopausing again....take a midol K-K-Ken...it's ok, really.....he didn't mean what he said, it just came out wrong, he still loves you, really...that whole thing with your sister was just a drunken one night panty-fling...she called and said to tell you she's really sorry and can she still borrow that $50. for tomorrow night....
Sorry about that post...I was in a weird mood yesterday. I guess it's because I took what will probably be the last ride on the old HD. As far as I know, I'll be losing a "family member" Wednesday. Talk about mixed emotions...Well I'm sorry to hear that. My dad's been fighting cancer for the last 18 months.
I guess because I'm rarely using it anymore. Since I got the Concours, I hardly ride it. In part, I'm always worried about some cager wrecking it, or something major breaking that I can't afford to fix. Also, my son doesn't like it, although he's happy to ride the Conster, the HD is too loud and hot. And, I guess after 15 years, I'm just tired of it.So, why are you getting rid of the HD?
The irony of a Japanese guy coming to the US to buy an AMF HD, which of course was almost put out of business by the Honda 750 et. al. is quite something, isn't it?Wait, wait, wait. We have been told repeatedly that HDs are not popular anywhere else but in dumb ole 'Merica. I believe there is a blog that talks about this.
May I have the envelope please?Even more ironic, that after they almost put them under, they spent the last 25 years copying every move they make. Whatcha buying anyway Ken?
That's really good to hear. I've never ridden one, but when I saw it and sat on it, I really liked it. Then I started researching it, and the more I read, the better I like it. For a brief moment I considered the weeStrom, but decided to spend the extra 2k and get the big bike. Being able to buy this bike outright makes selling the HD a lot more palatable. I can see keeping it for a long time.If I had to own one motorcycle the DL1000 would be at the top of the list.
Right on time, Mr. Ryuichiro Nozaki arrived to buy the Low Rider. He gave it a good looking over, then ran over to the nearby Bank of America to get the funds. The bike is now going to be shipped via air to Japan, where it will be resold to a Japanese collector. Lou, as Mr. Nozaki is known here in America, said he has two buyers very interested.Even more ironic, that after they almost put them under, they spent the last 25 years copying every move they make. Whatcha buying anyway Ken?
It's even better...I left out part: A guy a Stromtroopers.com suggested I contact a dealer in DeLand, which is a small town in the middle of the state; about 4 hours away. The saleshole says yes, we have a BRAND NEW DL1000 for $600 less than the price the local guys quoted AND it has a Corbin seat and backrest, another $600 value! Wow, that's got to be great, right? So I told him to fax me a buyer's order with the VIN and stuff, and I'll see about getting a ride up there this weekend to buy it. The buyer's order comes and I swear it says:Man, screw all that crap. I'd demand my money back and travel the four hours myself. People who eff around with me sure as hell don't get paid for it.... at least not be me ...