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2013 Black FLTRX - no longer for sale

PM Heathen wheels, front rotors and air cleaner, Woods TW222 cams and WD4012 lifters,Thundermax ECM, SuperTrapp 2:1 Supermeg exhaust, PM Heathen forged wheels 18x3.5 and 16x5, PM Air Cleaner & insert, PM derby and inspection covers, Progressive monotubes and Progressive 944 rear shocks, Corbin Classic solo seat, backrest and pillion, Titan Power Block Amp, Titan FLTR 6.5 speakers, chrome front end, switch housings, etc, Custom Dynamics LED brake and turn signals, Windsplitter 13" windshield, Madstad 13.5"/14.5"/16" extra dark gray windshields, medium detachable sissy bar & pad with detachable docking hardware kit, soft engine guard, cotton Harley indoor cover, Slipstream grips and foot pads, extended reach shifter, Diamondback clutch/brake controls, tri-line foot pegs, saddlebag liners, FLTR compartment liners and more. Call or email Joe - cellular: 641-751-0790 or email: [email protected]
 

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Good luck with the sale....I'm interested in making a deal on the white vehicle though.
 

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Don't drive a Cayman unless you want to buy one - best sports car ever made for me. I am 65 and friends have sold their bikes. My wife doesn't ride and I enjoy road trips not riding close to home so I am just not riding it. I am 65 and just starting to semi-retire. If it doesn"t sell fine - I won't keep wondering what rather to try to sell it or not.

My last few bikes have been Screamin Eagles. This doesn't have quite as much power but I like not having the heat from the 110 and it always sounded so loud I wondered if something was coming apart. Putting the Progressive suspension on an already great handling bike makes it a lot of fun to ride. As everyone knows adding what you want to a stock bike gets ugly fast - I have another $10,000 invested over asking price. Someone should jump at this if it is what they want. It isn't even broken in yet.
 

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Don't drive a Cayman unless you want to buy one - best sports car ever made for me. I am 65 and friends have sold their bikes. My wife doesn't ride and I enjoy road trips not riding close to home so I am just not riding it. I am 65 and just starting to semi-retire. If it doesn"t sell fine - I won't keep wondering what rather to try to sell it or not.

My last few bikes have been Screamin Eagles. This doesn't have quite as much power but I like not having the heat from the 110 and it always sounded so loud I wondered if something was coming apart. Putting the Progressive suspension on an already great handling bike makes it a lot of fun to ride. As everyone knows adding what you want to a stock bike gets ugly fast - I have another $10,000 invested over asking price. Someone should jump at this if it is what they want. It isn't even broken in yet.
I hear you... I am thinking of clearing out my garage, sell almost everything and just go for one of those Boxster GTS....

Best of luck with the sale.
 

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You should really like that. I had never driven a Boxster or Cayman till about 4 years ago. I drove a used 2008 Cayman S and loved it and bought it. When the new 981 model came out I bought a Boxster base with PDK. I was blown away by the new model. I also was so impressed with PDK that i took the one I drove even though I said I would never buy an auto. After a year I realized I should have listened to myself. The PDK does a better job than I ever could but I missed the having to shift to make it perform. If you haven't driven one you should. I was put off with the whole Porsche image thing but the dealership people were really nice and not what I expected. It was much easier to buy there than Corvettes I have had in the past.
 
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