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« Reply #30 on: June 23, 2015, 08:42:34 PM »

Something that grabbed my heart and won't let go because I got the only authentic real American Iron under me and I like that.  And that's why they sell.
Not picking on you C&K just using this example....
This is what I often don't understand about Harley Pride. When my Harley friends start to talk about how important it is that they ride a true American bike I ask them what they drive. Inevitability it is not an American car.  In fact many are rabidly against owning one of the "US" brand cars.
Yes, I know cars are built all over the world.
Mine is a Dodge, built in Newark. I don't feel the need to wave a flag about it or sneer at brands without a US pedigree or build location.
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