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Yahooey! Terminated last Tuesday, scored a new job for $8k more a year this Tuesday. Now I can take my severance package and lay it down on a Fatboy. Things are really looking up! Now I can wheelie the piss out of my old Hurricane until it blows up! Gonna be nice to ride a Harley again. Damn I can hardly wait!
 

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Congrats on the new job. Isn't it great the way life throws you these little curves and all you can do is roll with it. This time it looks like you rolled in it and came out smellin' like a rose! Best of luck with the new scoot!
 

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Thanks for the support, guys. Ya know, the last three years have been hell. My boss is one snobby, irritable peckerhead. He has raked me over the coals every chance he had. I'm happy to go. I guess all the time I worked my butt off with little or no appreciation has finally paid off... either that or its just my turn. =)
 

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I'm looking for a '02 fatboy if I can get one at or around MSRP. Color isnt a big deal, but as long as it's not some *****-color like teal I guess I'm all set. I will be paying off my wife's Honda with my severance from my current job, and if any is left over, will be applying that to the bike.

Hawgeye has helped a lot. I will be calling around some places soon. I'll try Harley Credit first, but my cradit rating isn't the best. In fact, I'm going to start a new thread to discuss that very thing.

Thanks again, my friends. It helps to have some support and fellowship here. I'm sure we share a lot of similar interests. Other wise we wouldn't be here, right?

Peace.
 

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Try the online application at peoplefirst.com

I actually got 60 months @ 7.49%

They won't go any longer on a bike and yes my credit is very good and they require automated electronic payment (which I actually prefer) at that low rate but worth a try.

84 months at Harley's loan rates (10%+) would have lowered my payment a few bucks but it would also cost about $2000 or so more in interest over the life of the loan. And I was only taking a $11,000 loan.
 

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Hey Higmo!

I don't know why I haven't seen you post in a few days but it better be because you are out looking for a new Harley. :D

Later,
 

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Hey FG! I haven't been posting because I been busy messing around with last minute things here at work. I hate going from one job to the next.
 
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