I say this as a fan of Harley motorcycles, but I've always been impressed by the cognitive dissonance of the Bar and Shield between the image they (and their diehard fan base) deliberately tailor that they're the embodiment of all things American, and the fact that they've been sourcing parts from multiple foreign countries for years. Seeing Harley project the image of "American Built, American Pride" while deftly ignoring the fact that they're building a bike with forks and electronics made in Japan and brakes made in Italy, among other parts, is a guaranteed laugh. They're deliberately vague on just how much of the construction of their bikes is outsourced, knowing how big of a dent it puts in the "America Built" mythology.
Even better is hearing one of the Faithful deride another bike as a rice burner or Jap Scrap, without a trace of awareness of the irony that the bike he's throwing a leg over has a fair amount of rice included in the sticker price.
"No matter where you go, there you are."