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  1. #21
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    Hey Ricmoran

    I'll run it up the flag pole here at the Museum for you. I does look like a Thor... I'll get back to ya!

    Denis
    (Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum)

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    Just a slight hijack with apologies in advance.... Denis, have you stumbled across the Warwick yet?
    Cory Othen
    Membership#10953

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    Thanks guys for all you detective work on this.

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    Here's a little bit of stuff Ricmo





    And here are a couple of links: http://motorklasik.co.cc/tag/thor/

    http://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bestand...c_AIV_1911.jpg

    Hope that helps! See ya in the funny papers!

    Denis

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    Hey Denis, thanks for that...lets see which toon are we shooting for?

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    I saw a new friends bikes yesterday...He Has a original 1911 single Thor chain drive.... original family owned with the only 1914 Arizona (1st year for bikes to have plates in Az.) License plate I've ever seen he told me his Dad had ridden it to Collage back in 1914 and it quit running they got him a car and hung the bike in the rafters of there machine shop for the next 50 years...it's in a room now with other restored bikes,along side a 8 valve Indian Boardtrack racer a 1911 HD single,a Thor twin and another red Thor single.....currently working on his Henderson inline 4 what a collection just a few miles from my house...lucky man to have thease ...he also won the Famous Riddler (top Hot Rod in the USA) award for his 32 duece coupe a few years back...he's a great man with a vanishing skill....seeing the past and being able to bring it back thanks Jay Tee.....your the best! Dave Boydstun AKA grasshopper

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    How about some pics?

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