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    Default My Personal Favorites

    These Gals have the right idea and some cool bikes.
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    I've always loved this picture, for a number of reasons. The bike is a full electric 1916 H-D, the lighting, and setting of the picture is nice, and despite the frumpy clothing, the girl is cute.

    Eric Smith
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    Good one, that gal must be some sight coming down the street!

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    There is a beautiful naked gal under the frumpy clothes.

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    Of course we can't forget how popular Schwinn products were with the ladies.





    Eric Smith
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    My guess is that she's pouring out a measure of carbide granules to add to the light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harleytoprock View Post
    There is a beautiful naked gal under the frumpy clothes.
    5 thumbs up on that one !

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    Quote Originally Posted by sprangerny View Post
    My guess is that she's pouring out a measure of carbide granules to add to the light.
    The motorcycle is a 1916 H-D full electric model, and you'll notice the front spark plug has been removed. Carbide lights were more of a pioneer era accessory and were quickly replaced by Prestolite pressurized acetylene tanks as that system was cleaner, and safer. The attached picture is of a 1911 Flying Merkel that has the early carbide water drip tank. Love the motorcycle, and the girl.

    Eric Smith
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