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I still think they've done a pretty good job of it. Not perfect, but a pretty neat tribute.

My guess is it will be priced out of the hands of the t-shirted bearded cruelty-free crowd.


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Its $8495 US.
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My guess is it will be priced out of the hands of the t-shirted bearded cruelty-free crowd.
Williamsburg ain't cheap. Hipsters have rich parents.
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Well let's paint a bird on it and get pic-nick-ing then! Can I ride that thing on the bike path?
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That does look great, should be lowered though.

I wish someone made a modern 1946 Harley. This is the bike I want.

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^^^ However, that Ural and Royal Enfield are possibly even less reliable than a Ducati.
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Out of curiosity, is the tank on the new Scrambler steel or plastic?
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^^^ However, that Ural and Royal Enfield are possibly even less reliable than a Ducati.
I'd characterize Ducati's as high maintenance rather than unreliable, and even then that's compared to Japanese bikes; they seem about par for European brands like Triumph and BMW. REs don't seem that bad, but I'll give you the Ural. Owners seem to love them even as they spend hours trying to make them halfway reliable. The newer versions are supposed to be better.
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