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A: Good stories160 of 198VINTAGE INDOOR HORSE SHOE SETBurlesque "Pitch Books"
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    Posted 7 years ago

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    My Dad over 40 years ago and his bike today.
    Somebody evidently wanted the headlight.
    I made 3 trips to Lousiana around 1980 then parked it.
    He loved the bike
    I do too


    1. guymannering guymannering, 7 years ago
      Is that a Moto Guzzi?
    2. Bikenstein Bikenstein, 7 years ago
      Yeah, It was built around 1970. He bought it new. It sounded good with my modified Black Bomber mufflers on it. The picture is actually a poster he had made from a snapshot. This was his favorite bike of all time.
      Thanks Lisa and Bellin
    3. Bikenstein Bikenstein, 7 years ago
      Thanks Rjones
    4. Bikenstein Bikenstein, 7 years ago
      Thank you Bratjdd and Beachbomb
    5. stretch stretch, 6 years ago
      once you own a bike,they become art of you. had two harley over the year. sold them cause of a woman,never again. dont remember my bike ever say anything but ride me,if it only owned a bar. great picture hope you plannning to give it some t.l.c.god bless you
    6. Bikenstein Bikenstein, 6 years ago
      Thanks Stretch. Yeah, I think I'll put it back just like he had it. I still have the bags and fairing.
    7. Bikenstein Bikenstein, 6 years ago
      Thanks officialfuel and kerry 10456
    8. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 6 years ago
      You owe it to him, yourself & us. Want to see pics after it is finished!
    9. Bikenstein Bikenstein, 6 years ago
      Thanks miKKoChristmas11, walksoftly, and blunderbuss2. I've got to move it from this barn and get it to my newly built shop so I can work on it. I've found a parts bike, because a few things are missin, why I don't know. Thanks for the encouragement blunderbuss.
    10. Bikenstein Bikenstein, 6 years ago
      He loved to ride even though he had a prosthetic left leg (lost in WWII). Had to hook and lift the gear shift from the hip and stomp to down shift, but the Guzzi never gave any trouble. He also had to hook the clutch lever with his fingers and yank it back to disengage it because he lost the ability to squeeze with pressure after mangling his left hand when he T-boned a grocery getter on his previous bike. He often "speed shifted" without the clutch and the bike would wheelie in second.
    11. Bikenstein Bikenstein, 6 years ago
      Thanks ttomtucker and Phil.
    12. Bikenstein Bikenstein, 6 years ago
      Thanks again officialfuel
    13. Bikenstein Bikenstein, 6 years ago
      Thanks for the love Vontrike
    14. thegatherer thegatherer, 3 years ago
      It is so nice to see and hear about a mc and the history behind it, thank you for sharing, love it.
    15. Bikenstein Bikenstein, 3 years ago
      You're welcome Gatherer. Thanks. I have found and bought another one for parts.

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