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Discussion in 'Alaska' started by Fighter, Nov 17, 2008.
MetalCarver, nice Pig my friend! Thanks for sharing. Where is this notorious road you had her on?
Here there be Tigers!
Anybody need a FZ1?
You know, I tore the front porch off the house, removed and replaced the material underneath the downstairs deck, and turned the insides of this house upside down. Twice.
Never caught a glimpse of that key again.
Saw your bike on CL this morning. Nicely done.
Thanks-I ended up taking the lock off the triple clamp and taking the whole works to a local locksmith. Drilling out those bolts was entertaining!
The moral of the story-keep those keys where you can find them.
Have more than one key!
Write the key code down in the owner's manual.
Spare keys are better. No waiting, grab it & go.
I am not a smart man.
But I think maybe not so!
That's one dandy looking truck in that photo... someone should buy one and dump a butt load of money into fixin' her up.... oh wait somebody's doing that now...:huh
There's a lot of them trucks around.
Uhmmm... Psst Tom thats the wrong year... those milk trucks are '48-'49-'50 models, the really cool ones are '51-'52 models!!!! Just look for the shark tooth grill to know your looking at the best
I know the old car years very well. Thought yours was an older one.
I think Tom likes his Fords a little newer too...
A snort of white on the front bumper and mirror. Maybe a set of baby moons.
That looks like it's survived pretty well. Seen it yet?
Someone would have to be nuts to buy an old van like that.
Another damn project.
Emm, not all of em.
No snorting of anything white will be done!
It will get an aluminum grille & the stainless version of those West Coast mirrors that are on it now. Also these very same wheels that are on this white (yuk!) one. Dont think I can get that plate though.
The white one was gonna look like this....
Best I have seen of it are the pix that Solarmouse sent. I think the bod is a lot better than the white (yuk!) one.
You may now kiss the Van!
Thought that I would resurrect this thread and add a few more "vintage" photos from the archives. The following photographs were taken in old school fashion with camera film. Photos cronicle some of my early off-road bikes, sport touring sortes in Colorado, and dirt bikes I took with me to the field while working. Yes.....I actually did get some work done and have included some of my log book entry sheets to prove it. Many times I had my trusty "Kesha" by my side.....she was a great little dog and constant companion in the field.
Those are some bad ass pads. Still have those? You look like an 80's super hero!
Don't know what ever happened to those Scott......funny how we loose track of stuff. I can tell you that I was calling for my pit crew to get the pliers to remove some cactus from an area below the chest protector! I went for a little "off course " excursion by accident and got nailed in the stomach by a sharp thorn branch...hurt like hell.