The 1994 Harley-Davidson FLHTC Electra-Glide motorcycle was a luxurious "full dresser" bike that provided ammenitites aplenty.
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In motorcycle parlance, the Harley-Davidson FLHTC represents what's known as a "full dresser," being equipped with luxuries riders of 30 years ago never even envisioned.
It wasn't until the 1940s that windshields became common, the military being among the first to use them -- with the hope of stopping more than just wind from going through the rider's hair.
Later in the decade, Harley-Davidson offered a roll-up windshield as an option on civilian bikes.
In those days, riders felt lucky to get instruments and warning lights on their mounts. As might be expected, motorcycling has come a long way since then.
The FLHTC Ultra Classic Electra-Glide featured air-adjustable suspension, quiet belt-drive, an electronic cruise control, CB radio, AM/FM amplified stereo with weather band that includes remote controls for the passenger, a spacious rear trunk, and heavily-padded seats with backrests, all of which make its passengers feel right at home -- even when they're miles away.
In the old days, riders probably never dreamed that touring could be so luxurious. Nowadays, they don't have to.
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