Los Angeles Harley-Davidson has moved from its longtime site in the suburb of South Gate to a lot near the Anaheim and Fullerton border in Orange County.
The owners of the former South Gate dealership merged it with the showroom that they bought in the Anaheim-Fullerton area. The owners bought the dealership in 1989 and moved it from Bellflower to South Gate, according to the dealer’s website.
The owners still own the land that the South Gate business was on and are interested in redeveloping it, Steven Lefever, South Gate’s director of community development, told South Gate Patch.
“We have talked about but not in detail,” said Lefever. “We have agreed to talk at a later date.”
Posted by Holly Wagner
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