Harley Davidson Softail Heritage Classic : 1994

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I always wanted a Harley (who doesn't), especially in the late 90's when they were so hard to get. I then got hired to design the Harley Davidson 90th Anniversary book, and while doing all my research, I definately got hooked. I had gone to the dealer and put my name on the waiting list, which at that time was 2 years.

In passing, I stooped in a 7-Elevcen on Belmot and bought "Bike Trader". Took it home and on the first page I flipped to was this bike. It had been purchased by a Hotel owner in Missouri and never touched. It still had the protective plastic covers from the factory.

I flew down in a small 2 engine plane and drove it back. It was my first ride on a harley (I already had a Kawasaki Ninga 750) and it rained all the way back. It took me 11 hours.

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