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    Had to unwind the deal. Went to pick up the bike...

    Had to unwind the deal. Went to pick up the bike today and the VIN on the title is a state issued VIN that is nowhere to be found on the bike. It certainly isn’t the engine serial number.
    My guess...
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    Well, the 1922 Standard did well. For better or...

    Well, the 1922 Standard did well. For better or worse I bought it.
    Purchased new by the grandfather of the family that sold it. The grandfather used it as his daily for 10 years I’m told, then it...
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    1922 Indian with Disc Wheels

    I donít know much about Indians but this rig is coming up at a local estate auction and I know it is being advertised in the AMCA magazine.
    My question is the disc wheels or covers. Are they a...
  4. Five bucks an hour! In 1976 I thought making 3.75...

    Five bucks an hour! In 1976 I thought making 3.75 was something! And I remember really wanting a Vincent Black Shadow back then.
    Couldn’t afford it then, can’t afford it now. I guess things haven’t...
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    Welcome to the forum. Chuck

    Welcome to the forum.

    Chuck
  6. I don’t think the AMCA is trying to be something...

    I don’t think the AMCA is trying to be something for everyone, it’s about antique motorcycles. My idea of an antique and yours might be different but there has to be some kind of guideline without...
  7. Thread: new member

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    Welcome to the forum

    Welcome to the forum
  8. Rick, I just recently picked up the Smith...

    Rick,

    I just recently picked up the Smith version of the Motor Wheel.

    Word is that Coker is making a run of the traction tires for the Motor Wheels, you might want to check with them.
    Are you...
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    Crated 1977 Triumph

    Saw this on EBay. Not mine, just wonder how much more of this stuff is out there.

    https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F183222862305
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    The AACA digitized every issue of their magazine...

    The AACA digitized every issue of their magazine going back to 1938 or so. They charge $100 for a thumb drive with all of them on it. Searchable and printable.
    Maybe we can try to get the AMCA to do...
  11. Thread: Thought I Share

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    I love when you guys find this stuff. Learn...

    I love when you guys find this stuff. Learn something new every day.
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    One of my favorites! Marked on the calendar and...

    One of my favorites!
    Marked on the calendar and counting down.
    I was tempted to spring something from the garage the last couple of days here in PA too, but....I didn’t.
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    Welcome to he forum

    Welcome to he forum
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    Welcome Phil, I’ve always had a soft spot for...

    Welcome Phil,

    I’ve always had a soft spot for Triumphs. Built up a basket case in my kitchen back in the 70’s.

    Chuck
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    Welcome Dave, I’m another fellow PA member from...

    Welcome Dave,
    I’m another fellow PA member from Boiling Springs. As already mentioned Oley is a great meet. Good luck on your hunt.
    Chuck
  16. Thread: *greeting*

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    Merry...

    Merry Christmashttp://www.antiquemotorcycle.org/bboard/attachment.php?attachmentid=21375&d=1514204850
  17. Vegas has been on my bucket list for a while now....

    Vegas has been on my bucket list for a while now. I hope to get there before to much more time goes by. I’d love to be overwhelmed by tons of old iron up for sale.

    On auctions in general I gotta...
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    That's funny right there.

    That's funny right there.
  19. Thread: Scam alert !

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    "Reed from Texas" is a regular scammer on a lot...

    "Reed from Texas" is a regular scammer on a lot of the antique bike and car boards.
    He has been very busy lately, even registers as a forum member to use PM's sometimes .
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    This one I can't even guess at. French maybe.

    This one I can't even guess at. French maybe.
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    Our boys in France circa 1918 with an Indian?...

    Our boys in France circa 1918 with an Indian? Found this pic in an old French book of vehicle photographs.
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    Great stuff! Thanks

    Great stuff! Thanks
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    If you can read the registration number you can...

    If you can read the registration number you can go to the link below and it should give you the details on the bike assuming the number was not transferred. I can't quite read the number in your pic....
  24. Mike, Thanks, I appreciate the super quick...

    Mike,
    Thanks, I appreciate the super quick response.
    Chuck
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    AACA Museum Display

    If you are in the Hershey Pa area this summer try to stop by at the AACA Museum. They have a display of "barn finds" and original cars and motorcycles.
    Some nice American, British, and other iron is...
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