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Old 01-30-2020, 05:01 PM   #41
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Yup I even had an (ugh) Harley ..50 panhead and a 34 VL parade bike.
The latter was much more fun to ride. 4.00X18” wheels and tires both ends.
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Our aussie members are shaking their heads. Sooo many timber boats in use there. No big deal, not Brooklin boatyard museum pieces. Real boats, out there on the coast doing all kinds of fun cruising . Some are converted fish boats, some purpose built yachts
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Yup I even had an (ugh) Harley ..50 panhead and a 34 VL parade bike.
The latter was much more fun to ride. 4.00X18 wheels and tires both ends.
My UL had the sidecar transmission 3 forward and a reverse, no sidecar though. I got pretty good at backing it into parking spots. I owned both of those Harleys after I had sold my BSA A10 and I never really connected with them. I sold them both and bought a Vincent series D, 1954 which like an idiot I sold in 2001. In between I mostly stayed on BSA's, Triumph, and a an odd Norton and AJS stuck in here and there. Rode mile and half mile on a BSA Hornet until I started motocross, and boats.... Ah to be young and foolish again instead of just foolish.
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Hi I'm a wood boat inthosyse. I am selling a custom built boat built at NYC south street seaport back in 1982. The name of the boat was the Herbert l stone. Built to pull camera platform for the 1982 world cup sail boat race.
The boat is fitted with twin 4 cl diesel motors that works great. My user name is machine12
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