Although there was a stripped-down touring model, the Road Glide, (which wears a frame mount fairing) the headliner among the cruiser segment was a classy new version of the Road King called the Classic. It's distinguished from the standard model by hard-sided leather-covered saddlebags with quick-open pseudo-buckles on the closing straps, wire-laced wheels with whitewall tires, and slant-cut mufflers to match the angle of the saddlebags. Available only with Harley's electronic fuel injection (the standard model is available only with a carburetor), the Road King Classic is one of five cruiser models and three touring models available in 95th Anniversary trim, which includes special paint, a cloisonné tank emblem and a serialized name plate. Available in limited numbers, naturally, the anniversary trim package adds $400 the standard FLHRCI's two-tone price of $16,560. It's $15,960 in basic black.