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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-29-2005, 08:50 AM Thread Starter
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New Harley Davidson Model

Due to a higher volume of sales of clothing, accessories and other harley paraphernalia, and coupled with tight financial times that put a further squeeze on overpriced,under performing machinery, Harley Davidson has partnered with Proptronics to produce a specialty motorcycle
called "Stylin Iron". Proptronics is the company famous for making fake appliances that are used in model homes for purposes of show only. In a brilliant management decision, Harley Davidson decided to face the fact that the only reason most people buy their equipment is indeed as fashion accessory. By building a prop motorcycle, costs can be dramatically cut.

The new "Stylin Iron" will have the look and feel of a real Harley motorcycle and comes equipped with a recorded potato-potato synthesizer, smoky air pump to simulate exhaust and an adjustable rate oil leak.

The bike is priced at under $1200 and will be available for the upcoming holiday season. The "Stylin Iron" is expected to be a huge success allowing fashion conscious Harley consumers to spend even more of their hard earned cash on leather, hats, jeans, Tshirts sunglasses, jewelery , leather dog vests and glasses along with related other junk. Engineers who have tested the "Stylin Iron" claim it performs just as well on the road given a suitable downhill grade and tailwind.
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Can I get one with a straight pipe synthesizer and fringe??

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Wait I thought most HD cycles made after the 60's were that Props, then you spend another 6 to 8 K to make it run

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Wait I thought most HD cycles made after the 60's were that Props, then you spend another 6 to 8 K to make it run
No, only 4 grand

and another grand to make it handle




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No, only 4 grand

and another grand to make it handle

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