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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by chiefrider, Oct 27, 2008.
Some of us ADVers here build chops too. Just sayin....
You're a lucky man!
If I had one that looked like that I would surround her with a locked fence as well. :) Very nice
Depends on the Adventure...
Ha, thanks. I am a pretty big fan. Note that there's no pictures of my homely mug here- I'm comfortable with my better half being the online face of our motorcycling.
Love yours, here's mine back in 1980
Had to do a bit of editing before she would let me post though..:huh
Good choice! Nice bike too!
This wonderful thread just got me through several conference calls today
Huh? I'm sorry - what did you say? I was multi tasking...
Tom in Salem
Nice air gap. Glad you found a grrrl that rides, they are the best!
Agreed! A keeper for sure. That was about two weeks after she had our son. I did pretty good, I think.
My first wheels... taught my sister to ride..... vintage, about 1973
Can't sleep and came across this thread... a good one for sure...
I saw this and have been laughing since. Good one Fred!
"Cause I'm Steve McQueeen, that's why I get to have two on my bike."
Looks almost like the deceased Beach Boys drummer, Dennis:
not a fan of the handlebars but thats pretty much a chopper. Paul Sr. really is a putz for building the bullshit they build now a days. he was around then and saw these bikes and these front ends and was even building back then. when something like this pulled up at a red light with that wheel and that front end your jaw dropped. when a Y2K chopper pulls up you can't help but laugh.
she ain't too shabby either.
The old Triumph shop in Olympia, WA had what was claimed to be this bike on display, and I have no reason to doubt the owner. He did have a pretty damn nice collection.