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    O.K. it all became so clear after you posted the add jurassic! Thanks, I was on pins and needles!
    Cory Othen
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    Fascinating machines thanks for posting jurassic!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck#1848 View Post
    LOL............ ........ then it ain't that clean Hawg no matter where the "X" resides
    my barn contains
    a 1919 chevy 7 passenger touring that I am converting to a truck ( missing rear body )
    a 1927 chevy dirt track racer - built around 1946/47- untouched
    a 1928 chevy coupe - original -under resto
    a 1967 camaro rs/ss street legal drag racer
    a 1967 shortbox small window chevy pick-up from texas - ole skool rod
    a 1975 vega - v-8 converson
    a 1960 harley topper - original paint - needs work
    a 1963 harley topper original paint - under resto
    a 1960's topper rolling frame - parts bike
    a 1965 harley sportster
    a 1971 bsa chopper

    other barn contains
    a 1929 essex resto mod ( friends car )

    my garage contains
    a 1940 indian cheif military - period modified
    a 1967 sportster - ole skool bobber ( under rejuvenation )
    a 1977 sportster - 90's built mild kustom

    my front room contains
    a 1914 excelsior belt drive single - original paint

    clean enough???

    aka HAWG
    Last edited by aka HAWG; 05-05-2012 at 01:29 AM.
    1914 EXCELSIOR BELT DRIVE SINGLE
    1914 excelsior belt drive single carcuss
    1940 indian chief military
    1965 sportster xlch
    1969 sportster xlch bobber
    1971 bsa A65 chopper
    1969 harley ss350 sprint
    1960 harley topper
    1963 harley topper
    H model whizzer on cheiftain bicycle
    H model whizzer on schwinn bicycle
    1949 harley model 125 bobber project
    1959 harley model 165
    1960 harley super 10
    1974 indian 70cc dirt bike
    EXCELSIOR - ALWAYS MAKES GOOD

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    Lonnie, I think the rusty HD is a '14. Footboards (at one time), 2spd hub, and notch in tank. I think '15's cutout in the tank was bigger, and the front fork would have the boss for the headlight mount. Those are some killer bikes, especially the Minneapolis!!! Is Cole putting them up on auction?

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    From the October 1914 issue of "The Canadian Motorcycle"

    Cory Othen
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    Quote Originally Posted by aka HAWG View Post
    my barn contains
    a 1919 chevy 7 passenger touring that I am converting to a truck ( missing rear body )
    a 1927 chevy dirt track racer - built around 1946/47- untouched
    a 1928 chevy coupe - original -under resto
    a 1967 camaro rs/ss street legal drag racer
    a 1967 shortbox small window chevy pick-up from texas - ole skool rod
    a 1975 vega - v-8 converson
    a 1960 harley topper - original paint - needs work
    a 1963 harley topper original paint - under resto
    a 1960's topper rolling frame - parts bike
    a 1965 harley sportster
    a 1971 bsa chopper

    other barn contains
    a 1929 essex resto mod ( friends car )

    my garage contains
    a 1940 indian cheif military - period modified
    a 1967 sportster - ole skool bobber ( under rejuvenation )
    a 1977 sportster - 90's built mild kustom

    my front room contains
    a 1914 excelsior belt drive single - original paint

    clean enough???

    aka HAWG


    Easy there Hawg.........it was never ment to wind you up, or imply that your bikes and cars for that matter, did not measure up to other peoples collections of bikes ,any time you post here we can see that your stable goes beyond the "X"...me.....I need more room for what I do have but my VL does reside in the one bedroom and still has a little way to go
    Chuck
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