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I just today noticed the Goldwing history page on this site here has had an update and takes into account the changes (or lack of really) for 2005s model year. Its a good article, I hadn't really gone into it before but am glad I did as the way its put together is humorous as well as informative and I came away smiling.

Anyone that hasn't read it already can see it here https://www.goldwingfacts.com/goldwinghistory.htm

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[shadow=red]Only A Bleeding Badge. ! " * ^ ! :P [/shadow]
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Only A Bleeding Badge! :P
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Electric screen woulda been nice. Heated seat (for the poor wife you understand :P), built in gPS...
I'll dream on until next year.

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I just today noticed the Goldwing history page on this site here has had an update and takes into account the changes (or lack of really) for 2005s model year. Its a good article, I hadn't really gone into it before but am glad I did as the way its put together is humorous as well as informative and I came away smiling.

Anyone that hasn't read it already can see it here https://www.goldwingfacts.com/goldwinghistory.htm
I got a giggle from it some time ago. It prods the sore spots that Honda hate being prodded, without seeming to do it intentionally. Gets the points across without running the risk of being seen astoo critical.

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