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1990s


1990Upon its introduction, the FLSTF Fat Boy® almost instantaneously becomes a modern legend of motorcycle design. 
1991Installation of a $31 million state of the art paint facility begins at the York, PA, factory. It becomes fully operational in 1992.  
The Dyna line of motorcycles debuts with the 1991 FXDB Dyna Glide Sturgis®. 
1993Harley-Davidson celebrates its 90th Anniversary in Milwaukee with a Family Reunion. An estimated 100,000 people ride in a parade of motorcycles. 
Harley-Davidson buys a minority interest in the Buell Motorcycle Company. Erik Buell created the Company to manufacture American sport motorcycles using Harley-Davidson® XL 883 and 1200 engines.  
1994Harley-Davidson enters Superbike racing with the introduction of the VR1000, a dual overhead cam, liquid-cooled motorcycle. 
The classically-styled FLHR Road King® is introduced. 
1995The 30th Anniversary Ultra Classic® Electra Glide® becomes the first production Harley-Davidson motorcycle to include sequential port electronic fuel injection. 
1996A new, state-of-the-art Parts and Accessories Distribution Center opens in Franklin, WI. By the beginning of 1997, all inventory is moved from the original warehouse at Juneau Avenue to the new 250,000-sq.-ft. facility. 
1997A new 217,000-sq.-ft. Product Development Center opens next to the Capitol Drive plant in Milwaukee. The building is dedicated to Willie G. Davidson. 
Powertrain Operations at Capitol Drive expanded its capacity by moving FL engine and transmission production to a newly purchased plant located in Menomonee Falls. XL engines and transmissions, as well as Genuine Parts Manufacturing, remain at Capitol Drive. 
A new 330,000-sq.-ft. plant in Kansas City produces its first Sportster. 
1998Harley-Davidson celebrates its 95th Anniversary. 140,000 plus riders are warmly received by Milwaukee to help with the celebration. 
A new assembly facility opens in Manaus, Brazil, the first operations outside of the U.S.  
Harley-Davidson buys a remaining 49% interest in Buell Motorcycle Company. Erik Buell is named Chairman of Buell operations. 
1999The Touring and Dyna motorcycle families receive the new Twin Cam 88® engine. 


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