^^^I agree, Washpark. The E350's are classics. I only had mine for a little over a year, but it always put a smile on my face when I drove it. Here's a parting shot, as it was about to leave the scene of the crash. It still looked good, at least from that angle. Yesterday, @OdyBandit and I rode our Airheads about 100 miles north through some great Illinois backroads scenery to watch the Cannonball riders roll in for lunch at Workman's HD in Rock Falls, Illinois: @rtwdoug was there and we said Hi to to him. He is making the run with no support vehicle this year! Here's his ride: There was a BMW in the competition: Those of you who follow BritBike.com would be familiar with the expert writings of Magnetoman. I have long admired his knowledge and expertise, and I got to meet him yesterday. He is riding a 1928 Ariel 500 single: A few random shots: And finally, I am a great admirer of this gentleman, who eats breakfast with us nearly every Sunday at the VFW gathering here in central Illinois. He is a Cannonball Referee, and has ridden his '53 Pan to Maine and then followed the route back across the states. He will do the full route and then cruise home on his bike. Despite what you may think from first impressions of his bike, I have never seen it mark its territory or fail to start on one kick. That's a testimonial to his mechanical abilities. He was having a great time yesterday, and (on a lesser scale) so were OdyBandit and I.