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Thread: How about a forum for accessories.

  1. #21
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    Now I can say I've seen everything. You truly are the carb guru

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    Quote Originally Posted by T. Cotten View Post
    Its the ONLY way I advertise, Ka3acmah!

    ....Cotten
    PS: But you ain't kewl until you have a penny for your throttledisc.

    Tell me that ain't the ultimate accessory, Folks!
    Necessity is the mother of invention.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ka3acmah View Post
    Now I can say I've seen everything. You truly are the carb guru
    I'm only a student, Ka3acmah!

    (Although I am also a conservator and curator of such oddities.)

    Back to accessories, the two on the right were Dr. Grabows. Pity the 'flames don't show on the Indian knob.

    Pity also that the compass always points at the motor.

    ....Cotten
    PS: It really is 90F in my shop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 41craig View Post
    Necessity is the mother of invention.
    The scary part, Craig,..

    Is that it ran well enough to wear into the bore.
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    Here is a couple of accessories from an old St. Louis Co. John Ballak was in his early '90's when we used to go there in the early 1970's.CIMG1323.JPGCIMG1321.JPGCIMG1322.JPGCIMG1325.JPGCIMG1332.jpg
    Craig

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    This is a good start, there are little stashes of motorcycling history hidden all over that the rest of us would like to see, could I see a better pic of the parts flyer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kustomizer View Post
    This is a good start, there are little stashes of motorcycling history hidden all over that the rest of us would like to see, could I see a better pic of the parts flyer?
    Kustomizer: I'm not the best at taking pics. Here are more pics.CIMG1352.jpgCIMG1353.jpgCIMG1373.jpgCIMG1355.jpgCIMG1356.jpg
    Craig

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    Bloody shame you cant get those prices anymore..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ka3acmah View Post
    Bloody shame you cant get those prices anymore..
    I bought a '37-'39 UL cam cover from him and he pulled out a 1950's H-D catalog and charged the price from the catalog. He took me upstairs so that I could pick the cam cover out of a wooden bin full of used covers. He was a Henderson dealer in the teens and twenties, so there were NOS Henderson frames hanging from the rafters and 4 cylinder motors on the floor.
    Craig

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