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Harley SuperStore Launches - Win a Night Train

Friday, September 17, 2010
Score big with newly launched Harley SuperStore!

The Harley SuperStore, the nation’s biggest dealer of certified pre-owned Harleys, is giving-away a FREE certified Harley to a lucky participant during their big
Harley SuperStore
The Harley SuperStore is a new venture where you can get a bargain on certified, pre-owned Harleys online. The site is giving away a FREE Night Train to one lucky person, so go check 'em out. You might get lucky.
opening celebration. It’s so easy. All you have to do is sign-up at www.harley-superstore.com  and you’ll automatically have a chance to score a 2005 HD FXSTB/FXSTBI Night Train!

That’s right, score big with HSS.

Offering the USA’s largest selection of certified pre-owned Harleys in a trusting environment, HSS thinks big and plays big. Offering a vast selection of like-new used and certified motorcycles at unbeatable prices in an easy-to-buy setting, the Harley SuperStore has huge purchasing power and big opportunities to buy and sell Harley Davidson bikes at a discount.

Best-of both worlds.

Merging cutting-edge internet technology with old-fashioned dealer service, the Harley SuperStore is in a class of its own. Featuring an easy-to-use digital storefront with unique search tools which make shopping for a Harley quick, easy and convenient. HSS also has traditional dealer departments – parts, finance, insurance and the like – with electronic look-up tools in addition to real people who are eager to offer their assistance from HSS’s brick-n-mortar headquarters in Manchester, New Hampshire.

Curious? Give yourself a chance to score big. Go to www.harley-superstore.com  and quickly register to win the 2005 HD FXSTB/FXSTBI Night Train!
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Mike in WV -Moron Mike  September 22, 2010 11:55 AM
Well...once again Milwaukee Moron spouts his blind ignorance for the love of HD. Would you like to talk about HD's financial failures Moron? Would you like to talk about the ever increasing number of non-american made parts HD uses? HD can not boast of resale value anymore because the market is flooded with used Harley's that noone wants. A friend of mine purchased a 2010 Road King and added a few extras to the tune of about 22K. He was pissed off that after always hearing so much about HD's resale value, they offered him 13K as trade on a new Ultra. Hmmmm,$9,000 loss in less than a year...doesn't sound that great to me. I'll admit...HD does have nice t-shirts, belt buckles, pirate attire and ashtrays. I would choose a Goldwing any day over an Ultra and any Victory over any HD. Sure the bikes cost about the same, but HD can't compare with the quality and performance. Even on their recent release of the 103 motors, it's just a 96 bored out...give me a break. lol I'll ask you again Moron...what significance does the unit of measure have on the quality of performance? You've never responded to that question since you know that it would totally trash your arguement about metrics. You're a poser. Flat land poser. HD needs to build you a boat to go with your anchor.
Craig -@ mike  September 19, 2010 09:38 AM
Well if the hot dog had a HD logo branded on it then it would definitely not be cheap

I do agree though that some eastern products are not on the same quality level as HD and produce "disposable bikes". I could name a few but their names would have changed by the time you read this.

I would say rather give that bike away than try sell it for what it is worth or it would do the brand harm...?
milwaukee mike -Thats real American marketing strategy  September 17, 2010 06:52 PM
Unlike most metric dealers that try to bring customers into their showrooms with cheap hot dogs and bags of popcorn. Is there any wonder why so many more metric dealerships are closing their doors.

OK, they do sell inferior products that have virtually no resale value. But in their defense,....their products are one to two thousand dollars less than a comparable HD product.

But if you could win a BMW K1300GT or a MV Agusta Brutale customers might take the time to visit their showrooms.

Although I did see a Honda dealer sell raffle tickets for $10.00 to win a Ruckus scooter. That dealer lost money on that one.