most excellent old hack photo....

Discussion in 'Hacks' started by victor441, Feb 20, 2013.

  1. victor441

    victor441 Long timer

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    saw this on a non MC site, very cool hack photo from L.A., maybe the teens??

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  2. J-Dub

    J-Dub Combat Commuter

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    Cool picture. Wonder if any part of that rig has survived.
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  3. Unstable Rider

    Unstable Rider Moto Fotografist

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    Thanks for posting that pic.

    Great find.
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  4. cleatusj

    cleatusj Dirt floor engineer

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    Great photo and a inline four too.
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  5. JimX

    JimX .. .

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    1915 Henderson long-tank?
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  6. Feeding Father

    Feeding Father From RU with love...

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    Cool, I wish I could see it alive
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  7. Qwik

    Qwik Adrenaline Addict

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    Nice work Jinx. That's what it is
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  8. crampfan

    crampfan Banned

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    It would appear that the gent with the resto might have his acetylene tank mounted wrong lol :lol3
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  9. DirtyDR

    DirtyDR Dana

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    Here is a nice old rig.

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    Here is what the header says,
    "In 1921, the Colorado Rangers adopted Harley Davidson motorcycles as their new mount. Here we see Colorado Ranger Sergeant Zebulon Montgomery "Monty" Pike in Trinidad, Colorado, with his Harley Davidson motorcycle equipped with a sidecar, circa 1923. Note the extended wheel on the sidecar to fit in wagon ruts of the day. Sergeant Pike is a decendant of explorer Zebulon M. Pike, credited with discovering Pikes Peak. Photo courtesy of Grandson Brian Pike."
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  10. Feeding Father

    Feeding Father From RU with love...

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    Very interesting to know abut it. I just wonder how this thick axle can survive. I guess in the past you had also very good roads. :D And I wonder how the frame of Henderson can survive with side car. :D
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