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  1. #1161
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    Those are some pretty awesome pics kk! Thanks for helping this thread along!
    Cory Othen
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Parker View Post

    great photo Scott

    Also love the sidecar photos from the early people over seas
    Chuck
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    Here is the rest of pics. There is a text in pic.12 "vaba maa" . It means "free country" an it is a name of Estonian newspaper at that time. Also guys with a car and combo reading same newspaper!

    kk
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    Still few.
    kk
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    Default Motorcycle workshops

    Great pics from Estonia kk1, its always interesting to see pics from other countries.

    Jurrassic, thanks for asking regarding Davenport, unfortunately I`m offshore at that weekend to earn my living. Seems the AMCA meet in Holland run by the European chapter will be the thing this year. Is a chance I could go to the Chesapeake chapters meet in Jefferson PA. Is this a great weekend as the Davenport meet wich I truly enjoyed?
    As you know I think your Canonball race across the continent is an great adventure, hope a great lot will succseed in getting all across. You have done a great job with this.

    OK, I have a special love for pics from old motorcycle workshops. Came across this cool photo showing a Danish Nimbus stovepipe workshop. Those old stovepipes are neat little fours.

    Sverre
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    And then there is the idea that we are here on earth to get a certain amount of things done before we die.
    This is a great theory.
    If it is true, I am so far behind that I will never die...

    AMCA-3489

  6. #1166

    Default Pics from Germany

    Pics:
    Berlin Harley-Davidson Racers & a Indian Motorcycle
    Kaspar Haberl, Harley-Davidson of Munich, est 1925

    Fritz
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    Great photos Fritz.
    Look at the rear tyre on the bike in the rear of the first photo (bike # 17).

    Have a great Easter everyone.

    Ken
    Ken Kemp
    Nth Queensland
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    47 Chief
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    here is a photo of a Goricke 1903, taken in a littel town called
    Rudkoebing.

    http://s814.photobucket.com/albums/z...x.jpg&newest=1

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    Default What make is this?

    Great photos of the racers Fritz. I found great interest in the details on the way the exhaust pipes are run on the twin cam racer closes to the photographer.

    Yesterday when having a rest inbetween two jobs I played with the computer and ended up with an old photo (surprise-surprise) wich according to the text is the first bike aquired by NYCPD. I have never seen this bike before. Its a pretty cool frame and fork setup, pressed steel profiles as used later on bikes as BMW and many more.

    Would be nice to know what this is.

    regards
    Sverre
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    And then there is the idea that we are here on earth to get a certain amount of things done before we die.
    This is a great theory.
    If it is true, I am so far behind that I will never die...

    AMCA-3489

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    Default My Grandpa and Grandma

    Charles H.Cole Sr.& Florence Tinker Cole




    Could someone help me ID the year of Papa's bike, I'm thinking early 20's, he won this bike new in a raffle. I have been trying to get these from my Uncle ever since this thread started. I am thrilled to finally have em!
    Pete Cole AMCA #14441
    1947 Indian Chief

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