For the love of all that is holy. Stop it. I have one dealer in my area that doesn't sell Harleys, thank god, and they are closed on Sunday. You know what, I don't care. I don't want to be like Harley D. I'm tired of the comparison. If you want everything they have, then go buy one and quit your belly aching. I drive a semi truck all week long. I'm only home on weekends. I still get to ride or work on it. I've learned to work around these things. Would it be nice to have a 24/7/365 dealer, of course. It would be nice to have a winning lottery ticket and many other things to....... Another thing, is it that important to have shirts, boots, jackets, underwear, toilet paper, socks, dog collars, finger nail polish, earrings, condoms, perfume, sun glasses, nose rings, hats, fake tattoos, doggie clothes, shot glasses, beer mugs, bottle cossies, bottle openers, lighters, purses, wallets, clocks, shoes, tampons, diapers, baby bottles, your first born, front teeth, etc.......... with the word VICTORY on it. If so, I'm in the wrong business. Harley D has been at this for so long now, and the only new things they can come up with are things to put the H-D on, seems pretty sad to me, and you want Victory to start doing that now. No ty........ If I hear "well the resale value" one more time, I'm shooting a hole in a V-twin. I've never and will never purchase any toy because of resale value. It is not an investment. It is a TOY! Whether you paid 1k or 40k, it is still a TOY. Like any toy, you will not get your money back. If you purchase a toy because of resale value and not because you liked it. Then I'm truly sorry for your anus, it must be tied in knots. I've not thought of selling, trading, or any other transaction with my Vic that would make me think "I wish my resale value was higher". If that is your first thought when you purchase something, well..... In the end all I can say is this. I like what I own for what it is, does and, for what it isn't. A VICTORY, puts a smile on my face, not an over used name of something that is used just to sell things... Ty and safe riding.
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