Scout LE MKIII
So how do the local AU dealerships compare ?

Edit: link updated. 

Townsville QLD
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Washbrook
Bar / upstairs area excluded, I think the Melbourne dealership looks better.
Norman Hall [aka Washbrook]
Man of Few Words
2017 Indian Roadmaster [Willow Green over Ivory Cream]
1999 Vulcan Drifter
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crash
I think that the bar upstairs looks a little "sterile" - given it may be new so has not been "broken" in yet.
I am with Washbrook though, I would prefer the Melbourne store with the turntable things and the different levels, counter in the middle of the store etc.
Doesn't look like they were carrying any more stock.

I guess the difference may be that the Melbourne store is company driven whereas (if I understand this correctly) the USA stores are dealerships meaning that someone like Johnny has decked it out like it is - that is impressive in it's own right.

Went to a Harley store in LA in January and they didn't have any bikes on the floor.  Looked like it was just a clothing outlet - one extreme to the other.
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Highett Victoria Australia
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Washbrook
One could say that this is almost the ultimate showroom:  http://www.antiquemotorcycle.com.au/ 

and they do have a bar: http://www.nakedracer.com.au/
Norman Hall [aka Washbrook]
Man of Few Words
2017 Indian Roadmaster [Willow Green over Ivory Cream]
1999 Vulcan Drifter
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damienpearse

Richardson's Harley Davidson Tasmania is close to that.
http://www.richardsonsharleydavidson.com.au/virtual-tour

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stevenlb21
Why is it that the US market get a huge array of colours than what we get here in Australia, is the same old same old here, even in the latest catalogue we have basically the same colours as 2013-14
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Penrith, NSW

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