Note: The dealership's webpage inventory that pulls up for them does not currently include this bike.
Cool... The local site only has 2-pages of pre-owned.When I pull it up under preowned page 4 this is what I get.
I thought ALL bikes were test driven before leaving the plant?I have only seen one other Bagger with that maroon tribal paint--Razorback's in Kansas City. I also note they cite it is previously owned, but the mileage as "0", so maybe they were in a hurry to get it listed. Usually dealerships have someone to do the photography, so it's unusual to use a stock photo like that.
I bought a 2010 Bagger in 2016--found it in NJ, previously untitled and with 29 miles on it.
If this one is really new with that paint, it will sell high.
Can't wait to follow this thread and see what's what with this bike.
And I know we can't talk politics here, so maybe after the guys GO VOTE tomorrow, they'll stop and look at that Bagger....haha.
The chrome flaking is also a problem for the bikes near the coast. Florida has a lot of em! Haha.When I called the bike was on a tender so they had to put another battery in it to get it to turn on and get the mileage. Besides there is paint damage on the rear fender and I think on one of the bags. He said it was a trade-in at an event they had. I did not even ask how much they wanted but on cycletrader it said $19,999.00 No thanks, because I think this bike needs a lot of love to get it back. The chrome around the odometer is flaking off so I can imagine other chrome on the bike is also. What was the owner thinking just letting this bike sit like this all of these years. Project bike for sure.
For some reason people think these baggers are worth more than they are because there were only 89 made in 2010.
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