By Richard Chang NEW YORK, Aug 27 (Reuters) - As Harley-Davidson Inc. motorcycles roll into their 100th anniversary this week, owners and collectors are celebrating an American icon that has come to represent coolness and badness worldwide -- at a growing price tag. This image costs buyers of a new Harley-Davidson $8,000 to $25,000 -- far more than other brands -- and as much as $150,000 for rare, early models in Japan, a major market for Americana. "Many motorbikes look like Harleys, ...
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