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Another of my great hobbies except the dagger collecting and cigar smoking is to ride my Harley. This is my fourth one,
a Dyna Street Bob -06.
Once you owned a Harley, you dont want to ride anything else !!! This is the ultimate bike.
I am sure we have some bikers among the GDC members, please show me your bikes !!
Have a nice ride, Hakan.

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Hakan my friend, it seems that you have some pleasent hobbies beside collecting daggers,
Your Harley is a beauty, Eek
To bad I’m not a biker myself,……yet Big Grin

Salute,

Sam,


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Glad you liked it my friend,
it´s never to late to be a biker Sam !!
Once in a while you have to treat yourself with
a new toy ! Wink Smile

Your up next ! Big Grin Big Grin

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Very nice Hakan81! , must be some nice riding over there...

Although I'm a British bike mechanic I still keep around my little 'baby'. Its had many incarnations: wartime work horse,,chopper,, flat tracker,,now its my running around town bike..Small, light ,and FAST.......

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Aahh, just can't beat those 3 speeds! Big Grin

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My dad on his way to California in 1939.

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Hakan your bike is so cool. I cut a photo of one of them out of a magazine about a year ago and want one so bad but I haven't been on a bike in almost twenty years! JohnJ

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Gaspare, What kind of bike is yours exactly? I love it, it looks like the kind of bike you can just jump on and ride around town no problem, no hassle. Just looks really comfortable and unintimidating. JohnJ

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Hakan that is sweet!

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Its a 1942 WLA,,a U.S. Army bike.. Its been vintage raced a few years and been blown up a few times so theres not much left of the Army parts! Big Grin.. Front end is early disc model Sportster. It has many other non standard parts on it to be able to keep up with the faster Triumphs and Nortons an now to be street legal..

Its comfortable,,and fun to ride,,foot clutch,,hand shift keeps you busy!..,G.

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I ride a 2002 Road King with Rhinehart 'true dual' exhausts. Nothing like running in the mountains of Tennessee with a loud rumble. I'll post a pic or two later today.

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Heres my 01 Wide Glide. My fourth bike but my first new one Cool You are 100% correct Hakan,once you ride a Harley theres no going back!

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Thank you all for your replies !!
Gaspare, vicdiehl & reds nice bikes Big Grin
Kingtiger looking forward to see yours.
JohnJ all I can say, buy one my friend
it´s worth every dollar Smile
Keep those Harley´s coming !!!
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Pic of my 03 Sportster...I bought it in 05...had 930km on the clock!
I've since spent some $$$ to add a few things and do some mods to it....next step is a conversion to 1250CC..some new heads...and I should have me a 110+HP honey.

The pic is when I picked it up....looks so much different now...Unfortunately its to cold to drag it out from its winter slumber to take a "now" pic...

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Shot of my 2001 FLHT on the side of the road coming home from Laughlin in 2004 after my buddy's shifter arm fell off and skidded across the freeway.

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My '77 shovel

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Bikes are great fun!
In another life i was a Triumph and Norton factory technician, as well as a Harley-Davidson service mechanic..this is a little bomb i built years ago..11:1 HCP, one piece crank, titanium rods, 6 speed box,all aircraft grade fasteners ..good for an honest 88 horsepower! pretty good for a brit bike!

I am also one of the few men left on earth who can actually put together a Triumph twin and not have the pushrod tubes leak!!

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very clean mill..!

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Harry Firth motors on the Danforth was one of the old school Norton Matchless AJS dealers..he was on the board of directors and managed to buy the first 30 production Norton commandos ever built.As every part at the time was going into building up bikes, he immediately had them break 15 of them down into component parts and they shipped the lot to Canada.

the body work is also off the 6th commando ever built, which was silver and red btw!..

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Very nice bikes- I'll post my 02 Harley XL1200 C in the next few days!!!! Cool

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Some nice looking bikes out there,thought there would have been more member photo's,as Harley's are very popular..I wonder how many members have rice burners??? DAVE H

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Keep those harleys coming gentlemen !!!
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I was hoping to see more of the members bikes,how about showing any bike,,I bought this one a 1969 Honda CB 450 in 1971 ,the only thing not original are the handle bars,it has 13,000 mi. on it...here is a photo taken in 1992 and another last week in my garage...DAVE H

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Hey Dave

Really nice antique ride you have there...Unfortunately its not a Harley !!
You've been voted off the island... Big Grin Razz

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Hi NoBoZoS,
I figured if i posted a rice burner,it would provoke the guys to show more Hogs...DAVE H Big Grin

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Are we the only bikers on GDC ????? Wink
Please guys post some nice harley´s !
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Just have post one off my old ones then !!!
This is the FXR I bought back in 2001,
real nice bike with 90HP on the back wheel.

NoBoZoS, nice sportster.
Had a 1200 Custom -99 once, they are real fun to ride !

Ride hard, Hakan

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Thanks Hakan....

That is a nice ride there you have posted.

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Since no one else is posting Harley pics
I will post another of my old ones !
Softail Standard -98 with a -86 frame.
Come on guys post some pics !!!!!!!!!
Hakan

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Not a harley but anyway...

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Slaskman

Is that an original R71 or a Russian/Chinese manufactured bike?

Nice ride either way....I'm still toying with purchasing a URAL....and so I can ride all year.

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On the fork, the frame and taillight you can spot that is russian bike(depner k750-1967)
The price are not as high as a set of custompipes for a harley

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I have been riding for 43 years. This is my 8th Harley. I had 4 triumphs in my younger days. This is a 1977 flh.

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Awesome Ride Bill....I'm not a BT fan but I do like your ride! Cool

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Thank you NoBoZos. The big twins aren't fast but i like them for their low end torque. It saves my shifter foot from a lot of work.

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I'm hoping to get my final mods done on my Sporty within the month...I'll post new photos when its done.

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In case any of you HD owners are interested...I'm also a moderator and two HD forums...both are great sources of information check them out when you find some spare time during your riding season..
HDForums.com
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long range the big twin rules no doubt..
BUT,,
around town no H-D can take this thing. Not pretty but functional/super fast!

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Gaspare

They don't have to be pretty to qualify for the new ride....lots of people like the chopped look and they prefer function over form...New ride!

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I was looking for pics of my previously owned bikes and I found this pics so I scanned it....The bike has since been sold again...for a lot more than I sold it for....they certainly appreciate in value...the guy that bought it did some great restoration work...

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This 1973 Norton Commando 850cc chopper is for sale here in Nova Scotia...nice ride if you like them chopped!

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NOBOZOS, Thanks for the links . Great forums, will be visiting often. Cool

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No problem REDS and you're welcome ...I'm there daily...its my new favourite hobby.... Wink

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Nortons always look weird chopped.. That black Commando is a beauty!!



I have this carpenter friend that likes to build bikes,,,, Big Grin Wink

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Gaspare

That's just weird...imagine the termites get to it...your on the highway and BLAM...you're road kill !!!... Razz

Ya I miss her dearly....nothing like vintage...I'm going to keep my Sporty until its vintage.

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Gaspare,your friend should alway have this handy

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You set up a Triumph twin right, and baby, you can flat out move on them..nimble, fairly light..and loads of torque, they just keep on pulling...

Speaking of appreciating, i have a BSA rocket III in the crate (never opened..) as well as a 1967 bonneville, in the crate..both bought at the great Browns liquidation sale..

Think about this..when i was a kid in the early 70's, you could buy Henderson 4's and Excelsiors, Aces, Vincents and any 50's early 60's Brit bike for $50-$300.00 Canadian.No one wanted them.

At the dealership i worked at we had some of the last 1975 Norton Commando electric start interstates for sale..they sat for years..the basement was full of British bikes taken in on trade against newer Japanese models.

I bought 2 T120-C'S a TR6SS and a basket case '59 bonneville from that shop ..i probably payed no more than $1000.00 for all..now, they want 5x that just for a parted out basket case!

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Hi guys , want to see a killer Harley?
Stan will post some pics of mine....

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Posting for Rob.

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Rob, you have a VERY nice harley Eek Eek
a real killer Smile
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Thanks Hakan ! In your country they have some nice Harley's too , I was a couple of times in Stockholm.

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Sweet ride Hakan! Below is an old picture of my ’90 FXR that formerly served as a police motorcycle. I’ve since change pipes to something a little louder!

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Last of the police parts!

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RobNL,,that is a sweet bike!

As all these in this topic,,,keep them coming..

We are doing a custom Triumph chopper for a customer. Motor completely worked,big bore kit, cams, carbs etc.. Frame is an old 1970s 'Amen Savior Ass' soft tail..
This is just the very early mock up phase,,plenty to go..

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big mix of parts.. 1969 motor,,77 front end and wheels, chopper parts etc..

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Howdy. Been riding since 1962. Had a 1948 Harley Hummer. Later on, I bought a 1963 Panhead and had it from 1970 till 1981, 1972 Shovehhead FLH, till '89, 1976 FLH till '96, and now I got 2 '76 Sportsters and a late 70's FLH type with a mid 90's Evo motor. Hand-built it myself on a Paughco frame.
Hakan, I see that you, too, like Harley's version of the Totenkopt, and that you, too, are an 81 supporter Wink
Gaspare, thats a nice 45. I had a bunch of them back in the 70's
Vicdiehl, your Dad's bike is a 1930's Harley VL.
I now own a bike shop called Shelby County Customs and we build the Orange County type bikes but not nearly as radical or expensive!
Someday, I will figger out how to put some photos on this thing Confused Billy

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I should bring my Sporty down your way so I can get a conversion done...how far are you from Nova Scotia?? Wink

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ROB NL...nice ride..was it once a FatBoy?

Dave Cameron....great paint work...!!

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Howdy. Well, we will fix ya right up! I am about 1100 miles south of New York City, so, that would be quite a ride!! Come on Down Big Grin
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As the Evo motors are starting to get older and beat I'm doing more and more motor work on them..Don't like them,,mainly because poor hardware,poor component materials, and a few 'engineering problems' [oil breather vent into Carb aircleaner?!]..But once sorted out they do run good and leak very little oil! Big Grin...

anyway,,,The H-D dealer around by me gets $90. an hour last time I checked,,and almost double on some of the same parts I offer to my customers..So all the smaller shops that do good work around have been doing very well the last few years....

NoBoZos,,,last week we did a 1991 Sportster,,put in a Andrews cam set,,Wiesco BigBore to 1200,,Carb kit/ mods.,complete ignition system,new pushrods, and a complete rebuilt head with all new components [Andrews & Black Diamond],all fluids changed,,*Total price parts and labor was not over $3500... Whats something like that go for in any of your guys neck of the woods?? , thanks , G.

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Nice rides Dave & Gaspare !!
Colonel Billy welcome to the site !!
I am for sure a 81 supporter, Do you sell H-D spare parts to Sweden buy the way ?
Here´s a pic of me and my old friend Sonny Wink
Best, Hakan

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Hi Gaspare

I believe my HD dealer does the conversion for about 1500.00...that's just for the jugs and pistons....and labour..I've seriously considered the 1250cc kit from NRHS...Axtell jugs and NRHS Hurricane forged pistons....brings the compression up to 10.5:1 with stock 883 heads.. I have already put on an SE ignition and coil, SEII+ pipes, and NRHS Hurricane Flow AC and a head breather kit....I'll probably upgrade the ignition and look at either installing SE heads or polished and ported Buell XB heads...
Sure sounds like you guys do some really nice work there...

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Nobozos ; yes it was a Fatboy once ...
Thanks for your compliments all !
Hakan 81 , were you at the K-1 tournament in Stockholm in 2003?

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No I was not on the K-1 in 2003.
Maybe i have a look alike !
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Howdy.
Hakan81, are you on the right or left of Ralph? Haven't seen him since Sturgis back in the late 90's, when I got an autographed copy of his book. Actually, I went by his shop in Cave Creek in '03 but he wasnt there.
I can ship to Sweden but don't have a clue what the shipping would be. I'm sure I could Fed Ex it. I have an account with Midwest, Drag Spec. and a couple more.
I've known Tommy Vie up in Kentucky for about 30 years. Spent a week at their clubhouse one nite back in '92, listening to Waylon & John pickin' & singin' Wink
Sometimes its amazing how small a world we live in for it to be so big! Come see me sometimes! Billy

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I am the balled good looking guy on the left Big Grin
Have bought a lot of Harley stuff from the states the past years, will contact you if I need anything.
Joe I think you need to contact Billy to get
some wheels cause I cant see any on my screen
anyway Big Grin
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Hakan, any time. Just send me an email and let me know what you want, and I will get back to ya on price & shipping.
Joe, wheels, I got!! Wink
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Got myself a new seat from LePera.
A "Bare Bones" seat with a tribal embosed pattern and with Gel inserts. Ordered it direct from LePera and got it custom made in three weeks all the the way to Sweden, awesome service from LePera.
Best, Hakan

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Great bikes, guys! Congrats! I would love to post some pics of my bike, but I am spending all my money on my wife and my sons and .... if something´s left for some daggers. Big Grin

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Glad to see more Harleys getting posted on this thread again. Here's pic.s of my ole 63 Panhead. Love the old Brit. bikes too. Anybody got pic.s of a Vincent Black Shadow to show off?

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*Hakan, that is one nice seat!! Fits perfectly,looks great..

*OKCmike,,tuff looking Pan!..

This is the 'Bum-Bull-B' A junker,,made entirely from old used beat up parts we took off other bikes and some donated pieces. Only things new in it is a seal and gasket kit,4 internal motor bearings, a couple bushings and the air in the tires,, and thats it!

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a little rough looking but runs fine........

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made this ground up last summer for a customer who hates chrome..Only having a small budget he wanted a Triumph that was light, fast, bare bones, and no chrome!!!!
'Black Out'

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He lives in Brooklyn where the roads are always full, traffic jams etc..
Nice slim profile,like a knife. For sliding inbetween cars and splitting lanes!

Keep 'em coming guys!!

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Gaspare-the Harley isn't a rat bike by any means. Looks pretty good for a odds & ends job. Is that a bulldog from a Mack truck adorning the tail light? Neat Trumpet too, my first chopper I built back in high school was a 64 Tiger. Would like to have a old 57 pre-unit to build nowdays, but haven't seen one in ages.

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OKCm,,good eyes!,yeah Mack truck bulldog.....

Pre unit Triumphs aren't on the streets of NYC to much lately. Worth too much now! Same with parts, almost non existent and super expensive. Repros out there of tin but they are junk..

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HERE IS A PICTURE OF MY 87 LOWRIDER IT TOOK ME FOUR YEARS TO FINISH. JOE.


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HERE IT IS.


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LAST TRY .


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Bumping this to the top,love those H-D,,, Cool

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not a harley, but my ride anyway

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just an old 79 fxe but i love this old bike , it's the third for me

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My latest and 5th Harley..'09 Heritage Softail with two tone black ice and blue ice paint. Traded in my '08 Ultra as it was getting too heavy and I wanted to roll in the curves a little faster.

Mark Big Grin

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No, this bike is just lighter than the previous one I had and it does allow you to take long sweeping curves with a more safe feeling.

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NEIL HARDIN from "HARDIN & WOLFE"
Military dealers from Long Beach, CA

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That looks a cool bike of Mr Hardins and a bonus to get it on the front cover of a bike mag,,,,

Here is mine,out of the garage after a wee bit of sun and nice weather, an unusual occurance here in the Manchester area like Kingtiger said they are indeed a heavy beast to ride,,, Big Grin

FLHTU,Ultra classic Electraglide,,,

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Took the bike down today to the local dealers here in Stockport,had a look at the latest goodies on show,,,, Eek

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Nice thread....
You all have very nice HD.
I'd a 1st one in my baby years. It was a sportster 883 rigid.
I've now a great 1340 Softail.

Best regards.

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Big Grin Big Grin

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Big Grin Big Grin Big Grin

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Woaaaaaaaaaaaah, I love that paint job on your gas tank. Cool

Alors, tu viens des Pyrénées. Wink

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Yes. Que la montagne est belle.........
Un petit coin de paradis ŕ proximité des pyrénées,de l'océan atlantique et de l'espagne.

Je ne pensais pas qu'il y avait autant d'amateurs de HD parmis les collectionneurs de dagues all. Quand on aime les belles choses...

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Tu a bien raison, une pays merveilleux.
J'étais ŕ St-Jean-de-Luz et St-Jean-Pied-de-Port l'an dernier, vraiment une trés belle région de France.
Le beau fręre de mon cousin est le célčbre rugbyman Serge Blanco.
Bon, pour cette année, nous ne parlons pas du Rugby Francais, plustôt désolant.

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Matarese, that is the coolest paint jobb I have seen on a harley, congrats to a "McSaar 10"
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Best, Hakan

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OKCMIKE..know why you don't see any good stock Pre-unit Triumph's anymore ?

..'cause a ton of them were sacrificed for choppers back in the late sixties and early seventies!!!

I've had a wack load of them over the years..i once bought a chopper basket case for the engine and found out the mill was the 9th Triumph Bonneville off the line!

Blasphemy! Big Grin

Of course, in high school Brit bikes were long past their day, and could be had for $200.00, put another $100.00 into them and we rode them till they blew up.For some reason Matchless was really big in my area, and there was a ton of G-15's around.

My most favourite bike was a 1961 TR-6C, bought out of the junkyard for $50.00 bucks, along with a bathtub T-110 basketcase..those were the days..!

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Doug- Yep, I was quilty of that myself. Wow, 9th Bonnie. off the line, hope ya put it in an original frame. I always liked Triumph's except for the electrical system, Lucas: Prince of Darkness as it was known back then. Always would liked to have a V.B.S. also, but had to settle for building a model, pictured in photo.
Regards- Mike

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My 97 Wide Glide and my home made 05 Chopper...enjoy





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Pitbull, those are some sharp-looking scoots! Love the Wide-Glide, not really into chops, but if you built it yourself, you should be very proud! I just recently fulfilled a 37 year dream by buying a 2009 Sporty 1200 Low! Regards, Leipzig

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Hello All, when I was a senior in high school in 1974, I bought my first bike, a 1973 Honda CL350 "Scrambler". It had the "twisty" pipes that ran up the left-hand side, as opposed to the CB350 that had the down pipes. I really thought I was something until one day at school, a guy I knew comes up and says, I hear you bought a bike, I say yeah, he says me too. I say, whatcha' buy, he says, a brand new 1974 H-D Sporty! Well, my jaw hit the ground, and I've been wanting one ever since. Rode dirt for a while, racing motocross with a '75 RM 125 Suzuki. Quit riding around 1980. Fast forward to 2011, I turned 55 this year and thought, man, I'm half-way to 60! If I don't get me a Sporty now, I never will, I'll be too decrepit! So, in June I fulfilled a 37 year dream and bought a 2009 Sportster 1200 Low, with just a tic over 4000 miles. I always loved the bare-bones, no-frills look of the Sporty's. This thing is a torque-monster, all balls! I only weigh 160 lbs. it does'nt even know I'm on it! No good for touring, but for putting around the back country roads where I live it's a blast! Okay you bikers [not just H-D's] let's get this thread rolling again! Attached are some pics, Regards, Leipzig

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1992 Heritage Softail Classic

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Sold my old shovel and bought this 1991 Heritage. It's my fourth Harley and I have been riding for the last 26 years and still loving it.

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the chop is rebuilt motor, frame we had laying around. The other parts are returns we couldn't send back!

Green tank bike is my old baby. Still blows away anything light to light!

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Holy cow, G those are gorgeous! Mike and Frank from antique archaeology are coming to find you!

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Thanks Mike... Wrong topic though for my baby..

This is H-D only... Lost all the photos of my Shovels,,,and only have this survivor shot of my Flattie. 45 cubic inch [750cc]. Made from half civilian parts and most internals were from WWII surplus. Still in cosmoline in their original boxes!

This was my rough rat for a while,,my chopper, and last was a vintage flat tracker I tried to beat Triumphs on wink
This is its last version,,street tracker.
Sold it a year before the flood. IF I would have still had it I was going to move it to a 'safe' garage across town. This 'safe' spot got 3 foot water ,,would have lost it!

[showed this before in one of the back pages here]

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I do the motor work here. My partner does the internet Amazon/eBay sales..
We carry all lines of parts and accessories including apparel!
We sell all kind of hard parts - [exh.pipes, camshafts, clutch plates etc.] for all motorcycles.. And seems we sell a lot! of apparel. Also much for the women and kids...
Many different type of jackets - riding, working, hanging out wink.. Same with gloves and pants. Plenty of MX and 4 wheeler gear too!

Check out the site and it will direct you around to the retail sales areas... IF you see something you can't live without you can order direct on line..
If your interested in expensive items give a call and mention my name and we'll see what kind of discount we can work out for you..

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You are off for a month, wilmar

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