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Old 05-28-2010, 12:42 PM
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SpringerPilot, thank you for the education. I bought my bike a couple of weeks ago because I love the way it looks. Now I know a lot more about her history. She is number 2489 of 2700.
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Nice to see these "special" bikes discussed here. I bought my '94 Special in September of '93 and have owned her ever since. Today, she has 161,000 miles on her and looks and runs just as good as she did 17 years ago, and still turns heads wherever I go.

Just today, I rode 120 miles for lunch.

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I just bought this a week ago with 14,000 on the clock.



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I just got a 1994 flstn last week. I'm going to put a wideglide front end, forward controls, Tbars, fatbot front fender, Arlen Ness 1/4 fairing and repaint it so it doesn't look like a dairy cow anymore. I'm not a curator it's not going in a museum and I dont care about resale values in foreign countries
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WOW! I just checked back on this thread after over a year. I can't believe how many FLSTN's have been purchased recently. Great job everyone! I assume you all got good deals on these since we are talking about 16 or 17 year old bikes, but hey, the photos make them look alot younger/more current.
Stranger, GREAT score on an original "Moo Glide", I hope you keep that one forever. It is the one that started it all and no mater who thinks which one is the better/best looking, the first will always be the first.
On a side-note, everyone shoud re-read "Uncle G's" post... 161,000 miles??!! That's freakin AWSOME! Uncle G, I wish your 94 Special could TALK, I'd love to hear that one's life story. What an accomplishment to ride the same bike all those miles, Sir, I am impressed.
While I wrote my original post as the owner of a 96 Springer BadBoy (the genesis of my screenname), I have moved on to an 08 Cross Bones. I just can't get the Springer out of my blood since I let go of my 94 Special. My oldest brother now owns the 96 Special (Green and Silver) and my other brother rides with us on an original 1990 Fatboy (the legendary "Gray Ghost"). ALL of these bikes look and ride like new and each have a distinct "personality" that make you smile no matter which one you're on (we trade back and forth at each stop). Everytime we go out together, it's like I own all three bikes and I feel like I am taking a walk back through some of Harley Davidson's best history.
I stand in awe of Uncle G's mileage numbers and hope I can do my best to plus my own numbers up to his level.
Great job to all you recent FLSTN owners!

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I was looking for a bike for awhile in 2001 and came across my 1994 FLSTN. I was so taken by the picture that I paid the guy and had it sent to me SIGHT UNSEEN. I LOVED IT! I STILL DO!

I've changed just about everything on it, but love the color combo and the old style look of the bike. I might buy something else, but I will NEVER part with this one!
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I have owned a 1994 flstn since it was new. I understood that 2700 was made for the 1993 black and white, 5500 was made for the white/silver and grey. Those were the only 2 years with cow hair on the leather. After that they were known as the specials not nostalgia. As far as being numbered??? Not sure.
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My dealer found a 93 at an auction earlier this year and is having fully restored. It is not available for any amount of money.

I tend to favor the 97/8 Heritage Springers but the Moo Cow may be added if I found one for the right price.
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Just checking into this thread again. First, a couple of points: only the '93 was called the "Nostalgia", and it was the only numbered edition. The '94-'96 bikes were called "Special" and were not numbered.

I still am riding my '94, and it now has 207,000 miles on it. Still runs like a champ, and has survived two accidents, as have I.
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