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Thanks Cliff!

How do you remove the stickers . They look kinda of permanently glued on. :)
They come off easily. Just use a blow dryer on medium heat to soften the backing adhesive, the peel away.
 

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Very small. Did you buy your Scrambler in Coopersburg?


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No. Willow Grove. Went to pick it up last Saturday and I was feeling miserable with a head cold. Mr. Ferracci brought it home for me on the service truck and I went to bed with 101.6 fever after that! Went for maiden ride on Monday - Labor day.
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No. Willow Grove. Went to pick it up last Saturday and I was feeling miserable with a head cold. Mr. Ferracci brought it home for me on the service truck and I went to bed with 101.6 fever after that! Went for maiden ride on Monday - Labor day. View attachment 2976
Oh, there's my man, Eraldo!

I'll be seeing him at the races this coming weekend.


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Hi Bernie, I've often wondered what it says on all those decals they've put on the frame, ! :( are they warning that it could be dangerous or life threatening to ride this bike :eek: a bit like they put on the Harleys in the UK, ? :rolleyes:
 

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Already have a deposit elsewhere and order "inbound". What's curious is I called Ferracci in May and they said October/November was the next availability. Still trying to figure out exactly how Ducati distributes showroom bikes when customer orders are not fulfilled.

Regardless, good news that they're hitting the east coast.
 
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