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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 07-20-2019, 03:03 AM Thread Starter
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A bit of inspiration

We're not old....THIS is old:

Love this guy.
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Great find! Gotta admire a man that lives for the ride. I hope when I become a senile citizen and get old and decrapitated I have half the fire he has.
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Thanks great video sounds like he had a great life.

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geeps, danke shein.. I sent this to my bro. mite kick him in the hieny. he cut teeth on Injuns in the 50s. then moved to Trumpets 60s when he was Air Force Jet mech. 70s he jumped ship to Honda super CB750s and had first GW1k. I've been chasing hisass all over this continent for 50 years. he too had a mishap a few years ago and the missus made him hang up his leathers. That's when I parked my Chief in his garage for 2 yrs just so he could polish it for me everyday. the missus told him to get it thefuk out of there, so she could park her new mark4 wagon. So I gave it to my nephew, his son, with specific instructions to ride by my bros house at least once a month Very Early in the morning and REV the motor. he didn't have to stop and visit just be sure to be seen and heard.. so far so good. I have not heard of any retaliatory threats. poncho
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That was great. I plan on riding as long as i can. 67 and a little beat up by life but when i swing my leg over the saddle, things start to get better. Thanks for sharing this. Rolk on Fast Eddie.

Directions ? That's only the Manufacturer's opinion of the way this should be assembled.
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