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CVO Road Glide starts at $51,999. 10% down at 11.89% for high credit tier borrowers gets you a $757.79 monthly payment over 8 years. Sign me up 馃ぃ
11.89%!?!?! WITH 10% DOWN!!!!!

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Thank goodness that's not me!!!

I've never had such a rate or needed a down payment. I'm very thankful I started building my credit young and knew the ramifications of not having a good score.
 

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Was HAHA'ing the Fred Sanford, "This is it Elizabeth! This is the big one'!" Redd Foxx - funny stuff. The price of that CVO, not so much...

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These kind or rates were the norm in the late 1970s into 1982.
Then cash it is. I did know that though from my parents telling me about buying a house during that time.

At work recently a guy told me he had to co-sign for his 20 year old son to get a car. Said that with his son's credit alone they were giving him over 17% interest.
 

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CVO Road Glide starts at $51,999. 10% down at 11.89% for high credit tier borrowers gets you a $757.79 monthly payment over 8 years. Sign me up 馃ぃ
Never paid over $12k for a bike and I don't plan to start now.
 

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CVO Road Glide starts at $51,999. 10% down at 11.89% for high credit tier borrowers gets you a $757.79 monthly payment over 8 years. Sign me up 馃ぃ


u gotta be kidding, 8 years and paid off ya gave em 70 grand plus..................crikey............... $$$$$$$$$$$$$, down the sh.t hole....................................
 

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The only reason I bought a harley fat bob is that it was showroom condition with 750 miles on it for nine k. I had serious reservations but it has been great for my uses. Those uses being ridden as a hooligan bike on day trips. I鈥檝e put 45,000 miles on it and expect to be the last harley I buy.
Any and all real bike trips is reserved for the cct.
 

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The only reason I bought a harley fat bob is that it was showroom condition with 750 miles on it for nine k. I had serious reservations but it has been great for my uses. Those uses being ridden as a hooligan bike on day trips. I鈥檝e put 45,000 miles on it and expect to be the last harley I buy.
Any and all real bike trips is reserved for the cct.
I just sold my last one in October. I鈥檝e always had at least 1 and for over 30 yrs 2 in the garage. Their ok but they just can鈥檛 quite compare to victory or Indian. I spent most my life on them and they do get it done also. How鈥檚 yours been this far ? If you did 45,000 pretty much trouble free that鈥檚 pretty good
 

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I just sold my last one in October. I鈥檝e always had at least 1 and for over 30 yrs 2 in the garage. Their ok but they just can鈥檛 quite compare to victory or Indian. I spent most my life on them and they do get it done also. How鈥檚 yours been this far ? If you did 45,000 pretty much trouble free that鈥檚 pretty good
I am kinda impressed by this harley. It is a 2014 model and in one year I rode it with my wife a little over 30,000 miles with only a battery failure and typical maintenance. We rode that bike from coast to coast at least twice if not more鈥 lost track really. Anyhow I started to accept that I was not in my 50鈥檚 anymore and needed a serious XC bike. Victory stood out and that was that.
The one weird issue with the harley is the ignition switch which wants to fail if you don鈥檛 keep moisture out of it. Other than that it is light, nimble in urban environments and a hoot to ride on and in LA or other California city highways when filtering compared to a full dresser. I鈥檝e bounced and rebounded off enough vehicles to prefer a narrow bike for city riding in Cali, lol.
 

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I am kinda impressed by this harley. It is a 2014 model and in one year I rode it with my wife a little over 30,000 miles with only a battery failure and typical maintenance. We rode that bike from coast to coast at least twice if not more鈥 lost track really. Anyhow I started to accept that I was not in my 50鈥檚 anymore and needed a serious XC bike. Victory stood out and that was that.
The one weird issue with the harley is the ignition switch which wants to fail if you don鈥檛 keep moisture out of it. Other than that it is light, nimble in urban environments and a hoot to ride on and in LA or other California city highways when filtering compared to a full dresser. I鈥檝e bounced and rebounded off enough vehicles to prefer a narrow bike for city riding in Cali, lol.
Had mine out and about last week, didn't have to worry about rocks in the belt. Not really comfortable but was a lot of fun.
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Think it would be fair to say that after 33 years and 380,000 kms it doesn't owe me a bean.
 
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