Theres a very cool video on youtube.com of a guy with a great looking blue Classic Bullet talking about it and then gong on a ride. Jon in Puyallup, Wa. USA
Hello Prof_Stack. We seem to keep running into each other. I am also a RE Bullet fan. You must be reffering to Vinces in Olympia? I want to go test ride a Bullet but its going to be tough as I have Sundays and Mondays off. Theres a very cool video on youtube.com of a guy with a great looking blue Classic Bullet talking about it and then gong on a ride. Don't watch it because if you do you may run out and buy one. It would be really interesting if I got a Bullet and rode it to work at the HD/Buell dealership I work at. Wish there were a few more dealers around and they were opened more days. Jon in Puyallup, Wa. USA
I knbow Ive seen something about a "Bike in your driveway" program. I have no idea what it means or what it costs.
Quote from: justin_o_guy on August 12, 2007, 11:23:51 PMI knbow Ive seen something about a "Bike in your driveway" program. I have no idea what it means or what it costs. It is a delivery program. CMW will get you with a dealer that will, for a fee, arrange to deliver you a motorcycle. Haven't heard of too many that have done this, maybe someone with experience will speak up.--Leonard
That's how I purchased my first Enfield, over the phone with a credit card. The closest dealer to me is 2.5hrs away. Called CMW's to inquire about the program, they said to make the arrangements through the closest dealer. That dealer delivered it on the date, and at the time I requested. He was very prompt. The paper work came along with the delivery and we did the transaction in my garage. I was very pleased with how everthing went. The cost from that dealer was an extra $100.00 for the delivery. I though that the cost was reasonable, considering that with the transaction time, it took them 6hrs round trip at minimum.
I just priced a new Electra from my dealer here in MI and it was $5200 plus tax,title and setup. He also has a 2006 left for $4995. Hutch
True-as of 2007 all HDs are fuel injected.The Sportster line was the last hold out for the carb'd Harleys. jon