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    Have not been on in a while, thought I'd share
    Have no idea what this is or when it was taken but thought it was neet
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    Thanks for the pictures, Will. Whatever that thing is in the first picture; I have to believe it handled worse than an actual bulldozer. Amazing that it got past the drunk drawing on a bar napkin stage Looks cool though.
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    The first one......maybe a french grape crusher?
    William Edwards, AMCA #10035

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    I love when you guys find this stuff. Learn something new every day.
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    I saw something on that tracked bike somewhere - I think it was military experimental - cannot remember. Jerry

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    Needs a snow blade, Folks!

    It can't lean anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Will View Post
    Have not been on in a while, thought I'd share
    Have no idea what this is or when it was taken but thought it was neet
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    The second picture is of a surplus storage dump of used British and Canadian WW2 military motorcycles. In the front is a Matchless G3/L, easily identified by its telescopic front forks. Immediately to the left of the Matchless is a Canadian Army Norton 16H with the Canadian Maple Leaf on the tank. There are some others with this identifying Maple Leaf. In the next row back from the camera are some bikes with front fender numbers which indicate that they were used by either 1st or 2nd TAF (Tactical Air Force) in the advance across France, Belgium, Holland, and Germany after the June, 1944 D-Day landings.
    AFJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by T. Cotten View Post
    Needs a snow blade, Folks!

    It can't lean anyway.

    ...Cotten
    to quote Samuel F. B. Morse, "What God hath wrought!"

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    i'll take the one with the big dent in the tank.

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    Greeting's, might find this a little interesting.
    belt_bike.jpg>>>>>*Lehaitre. Paris, France.
    fullsizeoutput_2f8.jpg>>>>>1937 French design named after the inventor *Mercier. Has a 350cc JAP Motor, and a 3 speed trans. 1 of 3 prototype's built for the French Military. Someone had one for sale once on EbaY.
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    trackedmotorcycle2.jpg
    *M.A.D.*
    Last edited by JoJo357; 03-04-2018 at 05:05 PM. Reason: additional pictures.

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