Hmmm....thats the first somewhat negitive review so far. i wonder if they rode it because everyone that has seems to rave about the power. This guy finds it average at best. Kinda has me worried about buying one w/o waiting for the owner reviews.I am rather curious as to the number of preorders that have been made.... I\'m just sort of wondering about the scope of things.
BTW, I found this writeup form MCN on the tbird. It looks to be a good honest review of the bike.
You\'re so right. You know, i have sold i dunno how many guitars that i sold via internet ads with pictures. I\'ve had several good cameras, yet when i try to capture them in a way that shows what they look like i have to shoot a few dozen pics to get remotely close, and even then they always look much better in person. A lot of people have looked at pics of the tbird and didn\'t think much of it, but they really need to think about that because things always look much better in person. I saw it too, and even the few things i wasn\'t crazy about in pics were much better in person. i DO agreee with them it doesn\'t look very triumph like, but i don\'t judge it on that because the look, whatever you want to call it, is gorgeous.Was a Great Bay Triumph in New Hampshire today. The demo truck is there this weekend. Saw a new T-Bird, I am not a cruiser fan and I didn\'t care for what I saw in photos. But in person, looks really nice. The factory did a great job. I think that they will sell a bunch.