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    Default Jack Weber

    http://www.antiquemotorcycle.org/bbo...d=1422410122Wehttp://www.antiquemotorcycle.org/bbo...2&d=1422410122 found out today that Empire Chapter good friend and brother Jack Weber passed away January 21. Jack was instrumental in working to get New York to allow antique motorcyclists to use year of manufacture original license plates on the motorcycles. Rest in Peace, Jack.

    Here is the link to his obituary: http://nfwalkerfh.com/tribute/detail.../obituary.htmlJack Weber Hard At Work.jpg
    Last edited by dlterpstra; 01-27-2015 at 09:04 PM.

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    We always enjoyed seeing Jack at either Hebron AMC or Indian Day in Springfield. He was so proud of his late model Indian Chiefs.
    He also had some really different hand made hard Saddlebags on one of his bikes if I remember correctly.
    Didn't see him at Hebron this year and I was told he was not well. RIP old friend.

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    I just bought a 49 NY plate from Jack for my Indian Arrow project. Great guy to deal with. RIP Jack.

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    Jack was one of the first people I met involved with old motorcycles and Indians especially. He was the one that educated me on the A.M.C.A. Met him at the NYC International motorcycle show many years ago. Was always pleasant and always encouraging. R.I.P Jack.
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    D. A. Bagin #3166 AKA Panheadzz 440 48chief W/sidecar 57fl 57flh 58fl 66m-50 68flh 70xlh

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    Jack was a good friend to me. Always talked every year at Oley or in Florida. he made my first police 45 amp battery available to me when building my 52PDNYC chief. He loved his police bike and we always talked license plates as well. RIP my friend! Marty

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