I am sure someone can answer this question regarding the Tour Glide FLT. I seem to remember that back in the late 80s, maybe around 1986 or so, some of the Tour Glides had a one piece fairing which included the lower fairing molded into the top fairing. You know, as in a one piece fairing instead of the seperate upper and lower fairings as we have today. I am just thinking "out loud" so to speak, that there is a fair chance that the MOCO might re-introduce the Tour Glide in 2010 since the Road Glide is being mothballed. It seems a little unlikely that they would completely stop producing a full fairing "shark nose" bike in touring configuration. A Tour Glide with upper and lower fairings would fill the void nicely since the Road Glide is gone. Or, it could be a situation in which the sharknose is being dropped in favor of the more popular bat wing being used on Ultras. If memory serves me correctly the Tour Glides were dropped around 1996. I think it was two years later in 1998 that the Road Glides were introduced. Can anybody help out here? I know there are some Harley history buffs out there and maybe someone still has their older Tour Glide in the garage.