"The Last of the Twin Cams" - (Project Rushmore) The opportunity presented itself, and although with hesitation, I ended up acting on it. It's not at all like I needed another motorcycle, but the first motorcycle that I really bonded with was my 2003 Harley Davidson Ultra Classic. I've had a few HD's since then, but when this pristine 2016 Ultra Classic with 2,500 miles on the odometer became available and was offered up, by a friend and co-worker, for an incredibly attractive price, I couldn't resist; it was still a lot of cash, but a fraction of a new one. - Mysterious Red Sunglo/Velocity Red Sunglo This bike had never even seen rain; that didn't last long once the keys were handed to me. I rode it home from his house at night, in a thunderstorm, while Rush's Tom Sawyer belted out over the Infotainment system. The two-toned red beauty is "Christened" now. The most harrowing part of the ride was the lack of visibility due to the driving rain - while attempting to navigate around the most devastatingly pot-hole strewn section of the country, known as Metro Detroit. The Project Rushmore factory upgrades were introduced in 2014. The 103" motor received a bigger and better cam, the front forks became bigger and revalved, the body work was slightly changed (I'm still a fan of the older styling), the saddlebags and trunk received a new latch system with one-handed operation (really nice) and there is more, but those are the prominent features that come to mind. The Infotainment system with built in navigation is trick. While I've yet to spend much time with it, the map screen is impressive and resembles the navigation that you'll find in the modern cars - which I've found to have a much better perspective than the Garmin GPS units that I have experience with. Compared to the other Harley's that I've spent time with - this appears to be a high-tech Hog. In the short time my friend has owned the bike, he has performed a few tasteful modifications: Most importantly is the wonderful Mustang seat ! The trunk has received the quick-detachable bracket and hardware kit and the antenna has been relocated to under the front fairing for convenience and functionality - whether you're rockin' the trunk - or not. Some nifty and bright (official HD accessories) light strips have been added to the back of the saddlebags to match the one on the back of the trunk; they are really sharp and distinctly stand out. This machine also has ABS ! Told you it was a high-tech Hog (if that is even possible). Just go with it. Oh ... and it even has a little gremlin bell dangling a few inches from the pavement - from the bottom of the frame - to ward off the evil spirits. That very well may turn out to be the most useful mod. So far, I've done a little wrenching myself, getting things dialed in. Took the coil-over shocks off my old Evolution Road King and installed them on the Project Rushmore FLHTCU; never could get the ride I wanted on the King with those shocks. Always was on the stiff side (even with lighter springs). They feel really good on the new bike though, but the new pig is probably 200 pounds heavier, lending more to the modern design and stiffer valving of the JRI shocks. Also installed some mild 1 & 3/4" baffled slip-on mufflers that I had up in the rafters. My friend had installed the tallest Klockwerks windshield available. Great windshield, but about an inch too tall for me. After re-installing the factory 9 & 3/4" windshield, it was determined that it was not quite effective enough. So, I ordered up an 11" Freedom shield with a flare at the top. Will report more on it when I receive, install, and ride with it; I'm confident it will suffice though. Another one of the multitude of reasons for purchasing this bike is the fact that now that our daughters are getting older (and starting to disconnect from mom) my wife has expressed some interest in riding with me - at least in a limited capacity. She went on a few rides with me on my 2003 ultra, and felt that this new high-tech Hog would most likely be adequate, as she likes the passenger throne - and the red is a similar shade as to what she is accustomed to doing her nails in.