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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by chiefrider, Oct 27, 2008.
The real question is: "Which of the three ladies will still be alive after the command is given to fire one shot at Target 11?"
oh my...that last one!
Yeah, those old BMW's are nice!
Missing tank badge or perhaps afraid to give BSA free advertising!
We can make up for that!
Lillian La France (18941979) was billed as the worlds foremost woman motorcycle stunt rider, one of a handful of female stunt riders in the 1920s and 1930s. La France used a skull and crossbones logo
Some serious Camel Toe going on here
Tom in Salem
Around 40 year older? That gang was staff in the german film "Rocker". They were named Bloody Devils.
More pix and IMDB
Originally Posted by e rock
...Something tells me these guys are Down Under and on the way to the Stone premiere.
I worked for the Queensland importers for Kawasaki back in the 70s. can't remember the exact year but we " escorted " Sandy Harbut up to Mt Cootha from Brisbane airport for an interview on a couple Z1s. I don't think Helen Morse was with him. THAT was a radical movie back in those days.
ooooo la la!
Talk about "man hands".
The length of that dress must have been scandalous at that time.
When German bike gangs want to appear rebelious do they wear American flags ?
***edit- duplicate post. Damn dial-up******
What caught my eye was the advertisement for the siren company. Looks like B&M made civil defense and police sirens that started in 1913 and they are still in business today. http://www.siro-driftsirens.com/news.html Wow, 100 years.
Also, Mack Sennett did a lot of work with a model named Mabel Normand, who I think is the model in the photo. Mack did postcards with bathing beauties so this could be a bathing suit of the era.