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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by Curvy, Oct 29, 2006.
Jim Dennie #20 on a 1929 HD JD barn find. I spoke with him for a few minutes after the main hubbub died down at the end of the Cannonball Run.
Was using it every day for work at the time. The company next door repaired Hoover washing machines and used to stack the dead ones outside. I was parking the bike one morning and a Hoover Twin Tub fell down and dented the tank.
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A couple from the Birdwood National Motor Museum
1927 AJS Jowett Special
1960 Lilac 250
More pics from the Museum
I would have someone by the neck like a terrier with a rat , could have been you or a child or new Bentley or what ever .
There we were driving down through the Jura in France on our way to San Ginesio in Italy when we noticed an unusual amount of bike as we were passing through Coligny - it just happened to be their annual hill climb for old Bikes, so we stopped off and soaked in the atmosphere of these old uns sprinting up through the vineyards! Enjoy the slide show by hitting the link below, if you want to review at your leisure go to www.peterellis.zenfolio.com and choose Coligny
By the way, we were driving because the hack ain't ready yet and I don't think my other half would have relished a 2500 mile shakedown ride anyway, build hopefully coming soon to a blog near you! (when funds allow!)
GREAT photos Crusty!
Don't know...i just found some time ago a blog of this photographer...and archive this photos...
But if you want to check:
My God, this is a thread of lust and dreams...
Wanderer merged with another company and became Jawa which is where the WA in Jawa comes from.
thats not a Jawa.
Yes, I went to the museum today...
You don't often think of Harley Davidson and horizontally opposed twin in the same twinkie....
I'd love to take a ride on this once...