Biggs Harley Won't Take Checks

Yesterday Ox and I and my wife rode down to Biggs Harley. Biggs is a Harley dealership in San Marcos, CA. We didn't have anything to d...

Yesterday Ox and I and my wife rode down to Biggs Harley. Biggs is a Harley dealership in San Marcos, CA. We didn't have anything to do, so I suggested riding down there just to look at bikes.

We got there, and sure enough there were lots of shiny new Harleys with signs on them saying "Please Sit On Me".

However, I saw this used 2005 Ultra Classic, with 3,500 miles on it, black cherry paint, all stock. They had it priced for $19,600. If you remember last October, I wrote that I wanted to buy a touring bike, and couldn't make up mind between a Harley or Yamaha. Well, I still hadn't made up my mind, and I was getting impatient with myself.

I sat on the bike, and then my wife got up on the back. She really found it comfortable, claiming the passenger seat was wider than the one on my Road Star, and really enjoyed the large backrest on the tour pack (and mini arm-rests too). The rider seat felt pretty good, perhaps being a used bike.

I was sold. Well actually, we've sat on Ultras and Electras before, as well as the Yamaha Venture and Tour Deluxe. But I guess it was a combination of her telling me that this was very comfortable, plus the fact that I needed to get serious about buying one, plus it was a color that I really liked, plus we had saved up a bunch of money to afford one, and that my feet could touch the ground on this thing (short legs!)

I confirmed with her again that she felt comfortable, even asking her if she thought it was more comfortable than sitting on the Road Star. "Oh yes", she replied. And that's really why I set about to buy a touring bike, so that she could be as comfortable as possible. I've learned that a having a woman on back complaining about her sore butt and sore knees almost ruins a good day of riding. Plus, she keeps falling asleep after a meal, and I feel better with her having the wide back support on the tour pack.

So I talked to a sales guy, and he ran down the numbers for me. But I couldn't buy the bike right then. Remember, I rode my Road Star there, and I couldn't ride two bikes back home. So, the three of us headed home and planned to come back in Ox's truck. While at home, my wife and I rechecked the balance in our savings and checking, and yup, we had saved up enough money.

We got back to Biggs, and I told the sales guy I was going to write a check for the full amount. "No way" he said. They don't accept personal checks over $5,000 dollars, only cashier's checks. Or at least if they did, they would have to hold the bike for 10 days until the check cleared. I couldn't believe it! Any car dealership will take a personal check for the whole amount. Heck, when I bought my Road Star, they took a check for the whole amount as well.

Ox mentioned that I could use my Bank debit card instead, because then it would automatically debit my account. However, Biggs also said "No way", because they consider that a credit card and that they don't do charges over $5,000.

Then they said I could finance the bike through Harley, and then pay off the balance in a few days, to avoid interest. So we talked about that, and soon discovered that when financing a bike, Biggs won't let me ride it off the lot unless I had full coverage on the bike. Well, I couldn't call my agent because it was a holiday weekend (MLK day). But they said their "preferred agent" could hook me up right now. I said "No way". I want MY agent.

The only thing we could do was put some money down as a deposit, and have them hold the bike until Tuesday. Then I could go to the bank and get a cashier's check for the full amount. And so that's the plan.

So, tomorrow I plan to be riding a 2005 Ultra Classic down the freeway. I was disappointed that Biggs wouldn't take a personal check. Maybe all Harley dealers are like this? I dunno. At least not all Yamaha dealers are like that. I wonder if it's a conspiracy to get people to finance through Harley!

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  1. You'll love the Ultra Classic. I've been eyeing one myself. Currently ride as Road King.

    Are you going to buy the intercom system? Doesn't the Classic come with the plugs built in?

    Nice re-design, but you seem to have lost the link to my site in the process. Any chance of putting it back up?

    Thanks.

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  2. just bough a 2006 Road King- wrote a check no problem. They even delivered by bike and picked up my old trade in for free (bought in December in the snow)

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  3. Other So-Cal Harley Dealers aren't that lame! Maye they've been burned one too many times :)

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  4. Congrats on the new scoot Steve, you guys are gonna love the Ultra.....that's my next bike. Got 2 freinds that have 05 black cherry Ultra's...sweeeeeet looking machine.

    Russ

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  5. A friend of mine just quit his job working for Harley finance in Carson City. Bigg's Harley uses them and that is the scam. Is there a bike in there for 5G's? Not usually, unless you like Sportsters. And who really rolls with that much cash in this day in age, in this cashless society? They want you to use there financing and insurance. Damn the Man! Damn the Man! Ruined everything.

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  6. BIGGS HAS HAD A "BIGG" LAYOFF, CLOSED IT'S OCEANSIDE STORE AND HAS THE SUPERSTORE IN SAN MARCOS UP FOR SALE. IT WILL BE A TOUGH SALE BECAUSE RICHARD LILLIBRIDGE HAS SO MUCH INVESTED IN THE NEW BUILDING AND A HORRIBLE LOCATION. TOO BAD BECAUSE RICHARD IS ONE OF THE ALL-TIME GOOD GUYS -- DOES A LOT FOR CHARITY -- I THINK HIS BIGGEST PROBLEM IS THE SALES STAFF. NOT FRIENDLY AND DON'T DEAL. BUT THEY ARE A HECK OF A LOT BETTER THAN SAN DIEGO HARLEY. THEY REMIND ME OF THE JOHN MAYER SONG "VULTURES." NEW YORK MYKE NEEDS TO QUIT SPOUTING OFF ON TV COMMERCIALS AND START OVERSEEING WHAT HIS PEOPLE ARE DOING. HIS SERVICE DEPARTMENT IS TRAINED IN THE ART OF RIPOFF, AND THE LAST TIME (YEARS AGO) I HAD A BIKE SERVICED THERE, THE KID SCRATCHED MY PAINT USING A DIRTY CLOTH TO CLEAN THE BIKE. AND IF YOU SAY SOMETHING TO MYKE YOU'LL GET BLOWN OFF..HE'LL TELL YOU HIS PEOPLE ARE THE BEST AROUND. THE PARTS GUYS ARE THE BEST AND THE ONLY REASON I STILL WALK IN THE DOOR. BUT EL CAJON IS THE ONLY WAY TO GO. (NOTICE THEY ARE EXPANDING WHILE OTHERS ARE CLOSING?) GREAT SALES, GREAT WRENCHES, HONESTY AND INTEGRITY. AND NO, I DON'T WORK THERE, BUT I'VE BOUGHT MY LAST 3 BIKES THERE FROM ERIC DIAZ AND JEFF PERKINS. THEY KNOW THE VALUE OF REPEAT BUSINESS. I WON'T EVEN MENTION HOW LAME SWEETWATER IS -- IT'S SO FAR IN THE BOONIES YOU HAVE TO TAKE A SOUTHWEST FLIGHT TO GET THERE. FEELS LIKE A BIKER K-MART. I GIVE IT ANOTHER YEAR BEFORE THEY REALIZE THEY OVERBUILT LIKE RICHARD AND THEY CAN'T KEEP UP THE OVERHEAD. QUAID HAS THE LAZIEST BUNCH I'VE EVER SEEN, AND THEIR OWNER DOES NOTHING OUT OF HIS OWN POCKET FOR CHARITY. BOTTOM LINE: WHEN ARE SOUTHERN CAL HARLEY DEALERS GOING TO GET IT THROUGH THEIR HEADS THAT A FRIENDLY SMILE, A HANDSHAKE, AND A GOOD HONEST DEAL AND SERVICE IS THE WAY TO GO? IT'S NOT JUST ABOUT FREE BURGERS ON SUNDAY. STOP THE GOUGING AND YOU'LL KEEP THE DOORS OPEN.

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  7. Have to agree with the previous poster about Eric at El Cajon HD. I also like El Cajon's parts people - they are pretty sharp. I find the parts at S.D. H.D. are OK, as well as SOME of their service department. If you know the right service person to ask for, you get good service. NY Mike F%$#'d a whole bunch of ex-employees. They were laid off, but when they went for unemployment, they were told they were fired. No more bike purchases from S.D. H.D. from me!!

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  8. The latest of many Biggs irritations: Mid-Feb - Made call to request 2 new tires and to have my heated grips replaced under warranty. Biggs didn't initially have tires for one of Harley's most popular models (Touring), so I waited. Feb 29th - Get call - tires in. Made appointment for March 15th to get tires and grips replaced. Also made appointment to get tires on my Buell replaced on March 22nd. Ticket started on the 29th. March 15th - Came in for first appointment, and left the bike. March 18th - Get a call that there are no heated grips in stock, BUT an order with an overnight delivery has been made (bike is apart - would have thought they'd check part availability BEFORE disassembly). March 21st - Get a call - grips are on backorder for a couple weeks. I need a bike for the weekend because I'm bringing the Buell in for tires and won't have a ride. My Ultra gets slammed together. I swap bikes. Because of the rush, it isn't cleaned and I have to ride with blue tires for a few weeks. No big deal - they'd clean it after the grips were replaced. April - Don't remember the day, but it was between the 1st-4th, get a call from Biggs . Grips are in. Can't bring it back until April 15th, though, because of a vacation conflict. April 15th - Drop bike off after about 3:PM to get the grips replaced. Tell them I'll be in the following afternoon to get the bike. April 16th - Show up about 2:45. THEY HAVEN'T EVEN STARTED WORKING YET. It may seem nitpicky, but since the bike HAD ALREADY SPENT A WEEK THERE waiting for the grips in March, I assumed someone would have at least started on it to make sure it was done early just in case they ran into more snags. For example, what would have happened if, at 6:20 PM when it was finally ready, they still couldn't get the grips working. Would I have to walk back to Poway? I had no ride other than the one I was depending on. Oh yeah, when they rolled it out, the tires were still blue.

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  9. You're crazy I would have never bought the bike there I would have took my money else where.

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  10. Lotsa dealers don't take personal checks for delivery. Deposit, yes. Delivery? I think only the ones who have never had a $15,000 bounced check still take personal checks and let folks ride off with the bike. In our state, we can't even hold the titlework two weeks for the check to clear as we might go over the time limit imposed upon us by DMV.

    Sucks, but this day and age, hey, people will rip off a dealer (or anyone, really) and not even think twice about it.

    And for the record, it's Harley Credit's rule about full coverage, not any one dealer. They want full coverage on the bike because, well, technically it's THEIR BIKE.

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  12. San Diego Harley is hands down the best dealer in the area if not in the whole country. Every time I walk in, I am greeted by a HOT chick at the counter then more hot and friendly girls to help me out. The Parts counter has the one and only Big Al along with a bunch of good dudes. I will only get my bike worked on by their guys and I like everyone on the sales staff including the GM (good dude). They always have something going on, cool events (Mike Ness is a regular customer!) If Biggs wouldn't take your money on that deal, I would have gone straight to SDHD and got on a bike that day.

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  13. Dick may donate to charity, but the biggest charity he donates to is himself. He is the slimiest of the slimy. I wouldn't buy a collar for my dog from the shop. No, I am not an ex-employee, just someone who knows what the man is all about from experience.

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  14. The owner of Biggs is such an idiot that is why his business is failing. Its not the staff!
    I think he is trying to close his doors! Good job at least he is doing ONE THING right....
    I am not a past employee neither but know from personal exp he is not trust worthy he is a scum that needs to let someone else buy his dealership so we can have a successful Harley store in North County

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  15. It is with great appreciation that I express my gratitude to Paul Dinnoto, who is responsible for selling my 2004 Harley Davidson Sportster XL1200C with 12,289 miles for a total of $9800.00 which is $2800.00 more than the bike was rated in the Kelly Blue Book! I am also very thankful to Paul because with his help selling my bike I was able to make that $2800.00 as a profit…to which Paul didn’t keep or make any commission off of the sale of my Sportster!
    Blaine B. Shivers

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  16. I just wanted to thank Paul Dinoto for the service he provided me in the purchases of both Harley's the 1200 Custom and the Road King Classic. He provided me with good customer service both times understanding my needs. I also would like to thank him for assisting me in the selling of the1200 Custom. He provided me with people interested in purchasing the 1200 Custom, making no money or profit from me selling the motorcycle. Now that's good customer service. Once again thank you Paul for your good customer service and I will recommend you to my friends when they are ready to purchase their Harley-Davidson. Your friend! George

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  17. On Friday, June 26, 2009, I went to Quaid Harley Davidson in Temecula, California to look at a couple of motorcycles that I was interested in. I met with Paul Dinoto and asked to see a Nightster and an Iron. Paul did not have either of those bikes in stock but that he could get one for me. He asked me when I was going to buy and I told him that I had a Vespa that I had to sell first. Paul told me that he could help me take care of that at no obligation to me. He said that this was a service that he provided to his customers free of charge. I followed his directions and on Tuesday, June 30, 2009, Paul was able to sell my Vespa.

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  18. To all potential Harley Davidson buyers,

    I would like to pass on the very positive experience I had purchasing my new 2009 Harley Davidson softail deluxe from Quaid Temecula Harley Davidson. I live in San Diego California and I drive past at least three Harley Dealers on my way to Q.T.H-D. I drove the extra miles mainly due to the excellent treatment I received from sales representative Paul Dinoto. I strongly urge you to take advantage of Paul’s sales expertise. It was Paul’s attitude, assistance and keeping his promise of making me the best deal on a new Harley and making the whole process of purchasing a Harley Davidson much less stressful and surprisingly more pleasant than any purchase of a new vehicle I have ever had. Paul was always willing to go the extra distance to assist me in my purchase. Other dealer’s salesmen were often less than enthusiastic in the way I was dealt with. They did not follow up on return calls to me and seemed to either have the attitude that I needed them more than they needed my business or they could not make good on their promise of making me the best deal. Paul’s non-salesman sales approach was refreshingly unusual to my experiences with other salesman I have previously had to deal with. With Paul Dinoto as my salesman I did not have to go through the usual 4 to 6 hour haggling process so common with most vehicle purchases. I asked Paul for his best “out the door price” and that’s exactly what I received. He was true to his word that he would give me the best deal and that’s exactly what he did. (Believe me I checked around). When it came time to sign the papers to complete the purchase, there was none of the usual bait and switch tactics so common at other dealerships I have dealt with previously. Paul was also very helpful when I was customizing my new Harley, calling me constantly when ever he had an idea or suggestion he thought I might like to consider.

    I would like to thank all involved in my Harley Davidson purchase at Quaid Temecula Harley Davidson, and especially Paul Dinoto for making the process a very positive one. I would definitely want Paul as my sales representitive for any future Harley Davidson purchase and I highly recommend Paul Dinoto as your best choice for a salesman in your purchase of a New or used Harley Davidson motorcycle.

    Sincerely,
    Charles
    San Diego, Ca.

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  19. I wanted to express my appreciation and gratitude to Mr. Paul A. Dinoto for the professionalism he exhibited during a recent transaction we had on selling and purchasing Harley-Davidson bikes.

    I had talked to Paul about six months prior about purchasing a Tri Glide Ultra Classic Harley that was in the store. Unfortunately, it was already sold.
    I went back to the Quaid Temecula Harley-Davidson store to purchase a helmet and ran into Paul again. Paul and I discussed once more about the purchase of a Tri Glide Ultra with the trade-in of my 2009 Custom Softail Springer. Paul said he had a special program he could offer me to sell my bike without taking a commission from the sale. After discussion, we agreed on a price and I ended buying the Tri Glide and went home. Within 2 hours, Paul called me and told me he had a buyer for my Softail Springer. I was blown away. It was unbelievable that he sold it that quick and didn’t take a commission.

    I would highly recommend Mr. Paul Dinoto to anyone wanting to buy or sell Harleys.

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  20. Paul DiNoto,

    Thanks so much for your tireless help in selling my 2005 Harley Davidson Electra Glide. I certainily appreciate your honesty in dealing with me on my new bike, and your tireless effort in helping me. Your professional demeanor allowed me to feel comfortable in dealing not only with Quaid, but you personally. I will highly recommend others to come and purchase a bike from you in the future.

    Thanks so much
    Ken

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  22. I wanted to thank you for your help in getting me on my new 2008 FLHTCU. You knew I was concerned with having to make two bike payments but you assured me that you would assist me with the sale and in getting financing for the new buyer if needed. You sent numerous buyers to me and ran credit checks on perspective buyers. While it took a few months to sell, you continued to send buyers until the bike was sold.

    In my opinion you went above and beyond what is expected of a salesman. Not only did you not pressure sale me into a new bike but you helped me sell the old one. You did all of this at no cost for helping to sell the old bike! I highly recommend you and Temecula Harley to anyone I know that is interested in purchasing a new or used Harley.

    Raymond

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  23. I want to acknowledge and thank Paul DiNoto for his hard work and commitment in selling my 2008 Ultra Classic Screaming Eagle ll0 within seven days after the purchase of a 2010 Ultra Classic Screaming Eagle. This was an unusual sale in that the gentlemen who purchased my 2008 Ultra Classic for $32800, which was over retail Kelly Blue Book. As part of consideration, Paul also agreed to sell his Harley Davidson Motorcycle. Paul has made this commitment to sell both bikes free, no commission paid to him for selling each Harley Davidson.
    I would like to thank him for his hard work and dedication to selling Harley Davidson Motorcycles from the Quaid Harley Davidson dealership at Temecula.

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  24. I wanted to write Paul Dinoto a letter to thank him for the incredible service he provided me. When I came into Quaid’s a few Sundays ago, the last thing on my mind was riding out of there on a new bike. I happen to spot a Street Glide in the color I wanted, and while I thought I was dreaming, because I still owed $6000 on my Road Glide and that is what dealers wanted to give me for trade. Paul said he could make it happen. I must say I was skeptical, but Paul, I am a true believer in what you say. You said to follow your "plan" and everything would work out, well you were right. Following your plan I had my 2005 Road Glide sold for $15,800, which is $3000 over Keller Blue Book retail value within 7 days. I’m on my way to finishing your plan, and know it will work just as you said!
    Thanks again Paul!

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  25. Dear Paul Dinoto,
    I just wanted to say thank you for all of your help in selling my 1999 Fat Boy for $13,800 and which was $3,000.00 over blue book!! I was skeptical that you could do it but not only did you do what you said but you did it within 3 days and for no charge or commission. We are enjoying the new 2009 Ultra Classic and the ride that we were looking for. Everyone at Quaid was very helpful at getting our butts on that seat.

    Thank You,
    Ken & Cheri

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  26. Paul Dinoto,

    I can't thank you enough for what you've done to help me. You've changed my idea of the dishonest dealership just trying to make a buck, and the shady car salesman. You stick to your word, and for that; I thank you. I was happy to write this letter. Thanks again, and if I or anyone I can send your way have any questions or need anything in the future, you'll be my first call.

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  27. My name is Joe and recently I purchased a 2008 Dyna Super Glide Custom from Quaid Harley Davidson. I was trying to sell a 2008 Kawasaki ZX-10 for 11,300, because that is how much was owed, but was getting no offers more than 7,500. Within one day, Paul Dinoto, found a buyer for the full amount of 11,300. Paul has taken no commission from the sale and has been a great help getting me onto an outstanding bike and out from under another.
    Thank you Paul for all your help.

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  28. Why does it seem like Paul Dinoto's family has posted testimonials on his behalf here? Maybe because of the negative one earlier? Smells more than a bit fishy.

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  29. To Thomas,
    One of my customers, who listed a positive comment about me told me to check out your comment. If you doubt the validity of any of these comments or letters, you can just come on down and take a look at the real letters that each and everyone of these customers have sent and signed in their name. The only thing fishy, is someone who makes a comment like Thomas without having real proof. Everything that I do for my customers is to ensure that they receive the best customer service.
    Paul DiNoto

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  30. Dear Mr. Paul Dinoto,
    Thank you, for all your personal care and attention, given to us regarding purchase & service of my 09 Harley Davidson Street Glide!
    This letter is to further explain to all concerned, how much we, my wife & I appreciate Paul’s service. After looking forward to retirement, with a sense of excitement, I had planned to visit various motorcycle shops to consider purchasing a used Harley. At first I had decided not to make a major purchase (new) as the economy was headed for the tank.
    I was very near a used purchase! As I was in process of making a decision, I stopped by to view new motorcyles to make some comparisons! I met Paul Dinoto at Quaid H.D. As I explained to him my situation, he took the time to thoroughly go through different points of consideration in purchasing a new bike vs. used. The more he explained, the more convinced I became!
    Before the day ended, I had made up my mind to purchase a new Heritage Classic Soft Tail, the perfect bike for me. With much thanks to Paul, as he helped me with outside financing (with many references). He also helped make it possible for me to get the lowest interest rate.
    As time went on, I brought my bike into the shop for service. As I had time, I began to look at what was new on the floor. Paul spotted me and offered me his service. I saw the new Street Glide Touring bike and wished I had bought that instead.
    His reply was no less than expected “Why don’t you buy the Street Glide and I’ll help you sell your new Heritage, as I have lots of potential clients looking for that model.” After a lot of thought, and stating that we didn’t want two payments or two bikes, we came to an agreement that they “Quaid” would help me sell my Heritage.
    I signed a new contract and became a proud new owner of a 09 Street Glide. We were unable to sell the Heritage for some months, but Paul never stopped trying as he gave me many leads. Eventually we found the right buyer.
    Thanks to Paul we didn’t have to pay commission (20%), and we didn’t have to lower the price (we were asking 18,500, but sold for 18, 495). We received at least twelve different leads from Paul. He worked very hard to put us together with the right qualified buyers.
    We believe that due to Paul’s years of experience, and the personal contact with his customers as well as his personal knowledge of Harley Davidson motorcycles, he was able to take a personal interest, continued to look for the right person and called me week after week as he had new leads until we were able to make the right deal.
    Paul Dinoto has proven himself to be honest, trustworthy, knowledgeable and caring with a personal touch. You can count on him to be in your corner ready to do whatever it takes to serve your needs
    Sincerely,
    Larry

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  31. I want to thank you Paul Dinoto for helping me sell my 2007 Suzuki C50 for $7000, that’s $4000 above the blue book price! Thank you for directing someone who was interested and motivated to buy! I will definitely send any future buyer/seller your way! For anyone who reads this Paul also never received any money for selling my bike. He kept his word and never gave up until bike was sold. It’s a shame that all dealers don’t do for their customers what Paul has done for me. So I sure am glad I was able to take part in such a successful program. Anyone who doubts how good Paul is at his job should go to his website where he had my bike listed and check it out. www.paulsharleys.com
    Thanks a bunch!
    Amy

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  32. DJ,JONES
    I FIRST MET PAUL FROM QUAID TEMECULA HARLEY WHEN I BOUGHT MY 2007 RD KING.IWENT BACK TO PURCHASE A 09 ULTRA AND PAUL TOLD ME ABOUT A PROGRAM HE DOES HELPING PEOPLE SELL THERE TRADES FOR FREE.HE HELPED ME GET $18500 FOR MY 07 WITH 50000 MILES.KELLY BLUE BOOK WAS $14900.HE MADE NO COMMISSION .I CAN NOT SPEAK HIGHLY ENOUGH ABOUT HIS HONESTY AND INTEGRITY.THIS LETTER IS WITH HIM AT QUAID WITH SEVERAL OTHERS HE HAS MY PHONE NUMBER SO PLEASE CALL IF YOU WANT TO SPEAK TO A TRUE BELIEVER.THANKS AGAIN PAUL
    DJ JONES

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  33. Just wanted to thank Paul Dinoto for your help in finding a buyer for my 2004 FXDWG. Not only for finding someone,but also getting full price of $13,995. Its was a pleasure working with him on this deal, my wife and I are really enjoying the new Ultra Classic. I would encourage anyone to work with Paul on buying or selling, he did what he told me he would do in a timely manner and for free. Thanks Again, Dave W.

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  34. I’d like to take this opportunity to personally thank Paul DiNoto for his assistance with the sale of my 2006 Road King Custom (FLHRSI). I bought a new bike from Paul on June 30th, 2010, and part of our deal was for him to assist me with selling my bike.
    I must say that Paul unselfishly worked, during a down time in our economy, to get my bike sold. The Blue Book resale value was much less than I had in my bike; however, Paul was sure I could get a better dollar value and he was right. The book value was listed at approximately $13, 000, but the bike was clean and had low mileage. Paul was instrumental in finding me a buyer and I received the amount I truly felt the bike was worth ($15,895). That computed to a $2,895 additional advantage to me and Paul didn’t receive one dime for his efforts. That’s right; he took no commission for helping me sell my bike.
    Paul performed as promised and I sincerely want to thank him for his effort. If you want to buy a new or used Harley, I recommend seeing Paul DiNoto before you look anywhere else. I have bought two bikes from Paul and I know when I buy my next Harley, Paul will be the one I go to.

    Bruce

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  35. First of all, I would like to commend Paul Dinoto from Quaid Temecula Harley on helping me buy the motorcycle of my dreams, the Harley-Davidson 2011 CVO, FLHX! I have been looking and thinking of a CVO motorcycle for over 4 years and deliberating over the different models. I began to think I could not be able to purchase a new CVO until he explained his selling program to me. Thanks to Paul, I was able to get the asking price for my 2003 Indian Scout. He showcased it on his web site and made it accessible to many potential buyers. Furthermore, he took the time to talk with all of the potential buyers and explain the custom details of the motorcycle and the available financing. Finally, we were able to find a qualified buyer for my motorcycle within 60 days! I cannot thank him enough for all he did for me! I am very happy with the purchase of the my new Harley-Davidson CVO, FLHX and the selling of my Indian. I would recommend Paul DiNoto to anyone who is interested in purchasing a motorcycle. He has many programs that can help out any buyer. Thank you again, Jim

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