I think the square headlite is butt ugly compared to a round one but it does give a better light pattern at night.I would like to have a low mileage bike like the one pictured above,under 30,000 miles.
I am sure I posted this picture before but who cares. Sitting in the driveway,the x got the palacial double wide,I decide I need a ride,my pants will dry the seat,keep it above 45 mph and I will be dry so I hit the road and if I remember right it was about a 60 mile around the general area,no pics,didn't wanna get camera wet.
I admit the fairing contributes alot in decision making on leaving the house in the rain or saying muck it.When on the road ya just leave but when in the home territory ya think about it a little.
I'm naming my V65 Magna "Boise" after the USS Boise (CL-47) because she too was a "Power Cruiser". I hadn't thought of the chiefs anchor somewhere on the bike, but I think it would be awesome. My uncle had a watch band made in the Philippines. It was their version of stainless steel but I can't remember what it was called.
Anyway, it had a Chief's Anchor so he couldn't wear it. He gave it to my grandpa who had been a chief and I got it when grandpa died until my uncle asked to have it back.