What to look Out for When Buying a Used Harley

Now that spring is upon us, many bikes will begin to come out of hibernation. This can be a good time for Harley enthusiasts to take a look at what's on the market and, maybe, acquire one of their own. Yet, the retail price for one such American icon can be above their budget, or they may be looking for a particular model, in which case, they will have to look at used Harleys.

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Paintless Dent Repair

It’s incredibly frustrating. You walk out of the grocery store to find a shopping cart butted against your vehicle or a dent from a careless driver opening their car door into the side of yours. Damages such as dents and dings to your vehicle can happen as the result of things like parking lot issues, body or bumper bangs, hail storm damage, etc. The perception of high cost and lengthy turnaround time for body work cause most people simply live with these unsightly imperfections on their vehicles.

Chevy Trucks by the Numbers

In the past, the numbers that appeared on trucks were associated most often with the tonnage. However, did you know those numbers also stand for things other than that? Over the years we have associated the numbers on a truck with the tonnage it can haul, but cargo is not the only thing that sets the Chevrolet Silverado line of trucks apart. Chevrolet makes three Silverado trucks, , 2500, and the 3500 which can also be categorized as a half-ton, three-quarter ton, and one-ton trucks.

The Bowtie

The Chevrolet bowtie is one of the most recognized automotive brands in America today. Since 1913 when William Durant, Chevrolet's co-founder first introduced it, the bowtie has appeared on millions of products, advertisements, and sales literature across the united states.