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  1. #111

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    Quote Originally Posted by c.o. View Post
    I think that at some point within the last year or so that somebody posted a pretty good tutorial on photo posting. Having said that, I can't seem to find it. You've got me interested now though so check your private messages.....
    Here's an old one
    http://www.antiquemotorcycle.org/bbo...icture+posting

    Here's another that may help
    http://www.antiquemotorcycle.org/bbo...ht=post+photos
    Last edited by WebKahuna; 01-27-2015 at 06:41 AM.

  2. #112

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    Hi I am new .. I would like to add just few pictures from my harley sidecar 1918 model 18QB where is letters In own order20181124_123903.jpg20181124_123903.jpg20181124_124919.jpg

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    Hello Juha , that looks a good project . Best of luck with it , what's the bike look like ?? how about some pics of that too .
    Here are some pics of my '16 Excelsior with the sidecar (shown earlier) goes and handles great BUT doesn't stop
    too well .
    Also pics of it fitted to my 1917 Indian Powerplus which it is currently on and with the special Powerplus sidecar fittings that came with the sidecar ! Which being on the left takes a very twisted route up and over the chain guard to the bottom fitting on the bike . Also handles well and my sweetheart loves em both .ExcelsiorSidecar 001 (2) - Copy - Copy.jpgExcelsiorSidecar 004 (13).jpgExcelsiorSidecar 009 (9).jpgAttachment 24380IMG_4206.jpgIMG_2329.JPG
    Ken

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    Go to www.photobucket.com and open a FREE account. Upload your picture there. Once uploaded go to your library and copy the IMG code. Paste the IMG code here and wallah, you have pictures. No resizing necessary.

    Be sure to visit;
    http://www.vintageamericanmotorcycles.com/main.php
    Be sure to register at the site so you can see large images.
    Also be sure to visit http://www.caimag.com/forum/

  5. #115

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    Thanks Ken you wow you have nice
    Pictures..
    I just got last year 28JD harley project . And with that thos side car.. also in jd have old 1924 fenders . These are repaint 1970 but in good condition.. I would like to just get one nice harley.. intrests for side car is quite limited.. swap for jd parts would be best.. ��. Side car is quite good condition. I have not seen so good chair parts like mine side car is. (Orginal) i guess ��20181120_084051.jpg20181120_084051.jpg20181124_124909.jpg20181124_124909.jpg

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    Jahu,
    if i read your post correctly, you are interested in swapping JD parts for your sidecar.
    I would be interested in that.
    Where are you based?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aumick10 View Post
    Jahu,
    if i read your post correctly, you are interested in swapping JD parts for your sidecar.
    I would be interested in that.
    Where are you based?
    You can bet it is not the great US of A going through that translator. I just looked it up and he is in Espoo, Finland.

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    Just goes to show there are American bike nuts all over the world .
    Best of luck with your project Juha and thanks Chris about photobucket , might have a go next time although complicated enough just to put small ones on !! (for me anyway) .

    I'll have a go ! see here IF it works
    Ken

  9. #119
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    try again ?
    Ken

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    Juha's sidecar looks like either a Rogers body or the nose is shortened & bent down like a Rogers.

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