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  1. Chesapeake Chapter AMCA Meet at Jefferson, PA Oct 1-2

    Hope to see you all at the White Rose Motorcycle Club, Jefferson, PA (near York) October 1-2. Last minute vendors welcome. Call me at (603) 585-7188 or hensteveamc@aol.com. We never turn AMCA...
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    Red Fred, I look forward to seeing the...

    Red Fred,

    I look forward to seeing the transparent financial statement of the AMCA's current gross and net worth. Thank you for mentioning that it will be forthcoming in short order.
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    Louie, I'll offer an overly simple idea that...

    Louie, I'll offer an overly simple idea that people may want to think about. The BOD is the "executive" branch and the chapter presidents would become the "congress" of sorts. I wouldn't expect the...
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    Len well said.

    Len well said.
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    bikerdds, I appreciate your comments and your...

    bikerdds, I appreciate your comments and your insights. As a former BOD member, I know exactly how I was selected. I opted to resign after six years due to the fact that my views and opinions...
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    Davenport, so the rumor is........

    there was a confrontation at the board meeting. Anybody know anything and want to comment? Perhaps the beginning of the fall of the empire?
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    SS, due to required IRS reporting as a...

    SS, due to required IRS reporting as a non-profit, big chapter bank accounts are a problem. We can't appear to be making money. This is a very simple explanation.
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    Louie, I suspect that Davenport and Eustis are...

    Louie,

    I suspect that Davenport and Eustis are two different issue. I don't think Davenport has anything to do with sharing money with the National. given your non-profit status, a glut of money...
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    I'm very pleased with the peformance of my '34 VL...

    I'm very pleased with the peformance of my '34 VL and its ability to pull the attached hack. It is far superior to the '20's Chiefs I've ridden. I've never been on a JD but I can't imagine it much...
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    Hey Tom Feeser, what's wrong with a few nefarious...

    Hey Tom Feeser, what's wrong with a few nefarious activities, i.e., close proximity to cole slaw wrestling!;) Many fond memories of watching the "folk dancing" at Southern Comfort during Davenport.:D
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    Eric, Thanks to your photo post, I heard the...

    Eric,

    Thanks to your photo post, I heard the owner, after seeing it, is opting to have John do the bike in red as original. John is documenting the remanents of the original color and I will...
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    Thanks Eric. A friend of mine has a 1915 Model...

    Thanks Eric. A friend of mine has a 1915 Model E. It was owned at one point by a man who worked at Indian. He apparently rebuilt it at the factory. It is Indian red and he grafted an early 20's...
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    Interesting 1919 Henderson Color

    I was at John Pierce's the other day. He is restoring a 1919 Hen chassis for a customer. After blasting and cleaning some greasy spots, its apparent the bike was originally fire engine red. The...
  14. Poll: Come to the Chesapeake Chapter Meet at Jefferson, PA

    Extremely vendor friendly meet. Great venue. Only one jackass to deal with.:D White Rose is a private m/c hillclimb club. Plenty of scramble trails for the kids to ride behind the hill. Best pit...
  15. Rob, I have nothing except what's on the rig. I...

    Rob, I have nothing except what's on the rig. I will be glad to help with measurements and photos if anybody is putting one together.
  16. May that's why the end of the right handgrip is...

    May that's why the end of the right handgrip is broken and retaped:D. I think while on the road, the lean will not be as excessive as the photos. Also, there are locking bolts on both knuckles that...
  17. Fully flxible Flxi on the Horniest Henderson in Town

    I'm looking forward to the multiple positions:cool:.
  18. The first in line 6 I'm aware of was a Henderson...

    The first in line 6 I'm aware of was a Henderson done in the '30s. I have photos of the bike from the day including the motor. It was a 1928 Chicago Park Police bike. John Scharle, a legendary Hen...
  19. It would be important to document that maroon and...

    It would be important to document that maroon and have it formulated to the new paints. I do not know of a new code for the X and Hen maroon that exactly matches the original.
  20. Part of the old State St. factory still exists as...

    Part of the old State St. factory still exists as condos and I believe another section "to be developed." Fred, the area around the old museum is definitely being wrecked. Did not have time to stop...
  21. Site of Last indian Factory and Indian Museum Demolished

    I was on I-291 passing the site of the last factory buildings where Indian Day and Charlie and Ester Manthos' Indian Museum was on the Chickopee/Springfield line this weekend. Noticed that most of...
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    Out of curiosity were they belts or chains? I...

    Out of curiosity were they belts or chains? I see plenty of chain Xs but the belts seem scarce.
  23. Thread: VL Question

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    My 1934 with '33 paint scheme in Orlando orange...

    My 1934 with '33 paint scheme in Orlando orange and black. Best tank panel of all time, any marque, IMO.
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    I daresay I've seen more 1912-14 HD's than belt...

    I daresay I've seen more 1912-14 HD's than belt drive X twin's. I guess the Chicago machines don't get "popped' as much.:D:D:D
  25. Mr. Duffey, I'm not home to look at my...

    Mr. Duffey,

    I'm not home to look at my reference material but there may be two time periods to look at. The first is circa 1914/15 when George Hendee and Oscar Hedstrom "retired" (were bought...
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