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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by chiefrider, Oct 27, 2008.
Tom in Salem
Tom in Salem
I know retro , not old , but, look at her eyes !
Naturally gorgeous. I don't care if it's retro, it's awesome!
EDIT: I did an image search, and it brought me right back to this thread. An inmate took this photo and posted it right here in 2009. See post 537 for more shots and info: http://advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=11426495&postcount=537
Man, I can't believe that!!!!
$.49 per gallon of gas.
I've seen a lot of Gas in the mid sixties for $.08, $.09, $10 a gallon during the early and mid sixties.
I know that's hard to believe but my family did a lot of traveling with the military. So we moved every year, sometimes more. There was a phenomenon you would see on the interstates where there would be a gas station on each side of the Interstate. They would have a big Gas Price sign that said, "Gas War" and had the price. Usually written with a spray can. The 2 stations would each try to price the other one out of business I guess.
I just found a pic for one but I've seen it much lower
Late sixties in Omaha we used to cruise around all Saturday night for $1 worth...
looking for chicks on old motorcycles, of course....
I like this photo. IMHO: She looks like a real woman.
Dunno if you know what I mean by that...
You must be a youngin'.
Why back in my day, I recall gas for 25 cents a gallon. And "gas war" prices of 19 cents a gallon. And, back in the day, if you filled up with 8 gallons or more, they gave you free glassware!
Yep, 16 ounce tumblers made of real American glass, suitable for your cold beverages! :slurp
Now days, they confuse you with pricing that's 20 cents lower than the guy across the street...if you buy a car wash!
Sorry, got carried away...so here's a pic because it is a pic thread!
I got this googling "venezuelan girl on motorcycle"
Just so that I could post that the gas is $.06/gal presently in Venezuala
While this is a cool old period piece of advert, you...uh...gotta laugh at her hand placement...:eek1
+1 on a real woman.
she is holding on to one of those worthless straps that were on most bike seats. drag your mind back out of the gutter it is getting in my way!
I think that was the first thing I removed when I bought my 305 Superhawk in 1965. Useless and uncomfortable.
Plus, I wanted the girls arms around me, not holding on to a strap.
Françoise Hardy from the movie Grand Prix