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Discussion in 'Indian FTR 1200 Forum' started by NickJ, Jun 18, 2018.
Houses were pretty cheap back in 1932
No Clue what any paid back that far but do know my Dad paid between 2,000-3,000 for his home in 1946, nothing fancy, but was a decent frame home and his payments were 20 something a month ..
I remember seeing the Paid In Full mortgage paperwork (bought on the GI Bill...WWII combat vet) after my father passed away, and he paid less for a new home in 1958 than the MSRP of the FTR1200. I know...I know...inflation, but still an eye-opener.
UHHHHHHH, "were oh-where can" I get me one them there "fine-ass" motorcycles at, you and Meg are designing, B.J.? It's "Rebel Biker" poetry in motion, like a "Bat Outta Hell"!... I gotz to haven one of dim too, Plz!!! I hope the Indian; "FTR 1200" lives-up to our high-expectations like that too!???
The enthusiasm from the riding community for the FTR1200 is not just about looks (although that bike IS amazing to look at!). I believe its about the promise of performance demonstrated by the prototype. The $15000 "prize value" was a little surprising to me. I mean the race ready FTR750 is $50000. Please, please, please keep function near the top of the priority list on the FTR 1200! I hope they don't make too many compromises in the name of price...
I discovered I hated my horse,........
Damn! I discovered I've already used this!