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Old 03-26-2013, 04:03 AM   #235
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Joined: Mar 2009
Location: Southern Adirondacks
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Let's also recognize that any dealer's number one priority is to sell the bikes that he currently has sitting on the showroom floor, as they are costing him money. Better to make a sale now on a sure thing rather than tell some potential customer that he might want to wait a year. Easy enough to apologize later when the real bike you want shows up, as he can just say that he was told by corporate that the bike wasn't going to be delivered here, and why not trade the old one in (profit for him here) and buy the one you really want (more profit here)?
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