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    "...Down to the wire..." grafikfeat's Avatar
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    Only one I can find of my girlfriend(s).

    Red is 1973 R75/5 (lwb)

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    Both, elegance.
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    ??? Corenthian Leather ???

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    Yeah, I found some more old photo's. This photo was taken in 1979 I believe. This is my 500 Custom though I forget the year of the bike. Mid to late 70's Im guessing. In the back ground is my 77 Chrysler Cordoba with Corenthian Leather. What a piece of crap that car was.
    I think you meant Corinthian Leather, as a search for Corenthian Leather in Google told me. I remember the Ricardo Montalban Chrysler commercials well.

    ÔÇ£Corinthian leatherÔÇØ was a meaningless term invented for the purpose, but has since come to designate leather with a vinyl surface treatment that requires little care"

    "The director and advertising executives loved the way the actor Ricardo Montalban pronounced ÔÇ£CorinthianÔÇØ, and it did not bother them at all that there was no such thing as Corinthian leather. "

    And you called your car a piece of crap?
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    Here is my T500. The driveway shot shows the bike with clubman bars, expansion chambers and a GT550 disk brake front end. I was a regular Paul Dunstall eh? The other photo was taken on Rt 100 in VT,near Moss Glen falls.
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    This is the 1975 Z1B that replace my T500. More than any other bike I've owned, the Z1 delivered everything it promised. Back in 75, you could count on it being the fastest vehicle at any stoplight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by k75s View Post
    I think you meant Corinthian Leather, as a search for Corenthian Leather in Google told me. I remember the Ricardo Montalban Chrysler commercials well.

    ÔÇ£Corinthian leatherÔÇØ was a meaningless term invented for the purpose, but has since come to designate leather with a vinyl surface treatment that requires little care"

    "The director and advertising executives loved the way the actor Ricardo Montalban pronounced ÔÇ£CorinthianÔÇØ, and it did not bother them at all that there was no such thing as Corinthian leather. "

    And you called your car a piece of crap?
    Thanks for the correction in my spelling of Corinthian. Correction made, though I though it was BubbaZanetti who was in charge of punctuation and spelin
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    My Norton

    This is a Norton I had back in the early 70's.
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    MOA Rally - Midland 2000 I believe
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    My wife and our 1985 K100RT
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    My friend Rey and me in 1983 on a ride from Monterrey to Lake Tahoe... I'm the good looking one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKBeemer View Post
    I'm the good looking one.
    Oh... So you are the photographer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AKBeemer View Post
    My friend Rey and me in 1983 on a ride from Monterrey to Lake Tahoe... I'm the good looking one.
    I'm sorry, but could you be more specific?
    The thing about traveling is, you never want it to end and you can't wait to get home.
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    Hey!! Be nice. I'm the redhead, or at least I used to be.
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    That's me on the left with the ice cold PBR. This was taken around 1979 in the married student ghetto (Pammel Court) at Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa. The bike is an original 1952 Panhead Harley with factory sidecar (first year of the foot shift Harleys). Notice the middle bike's seat. It was a slab of chromed steel with no padding, owned and ridden by my buddy who was known simply as "Roach". The third bike is a 1978 Superglide ridden by my brother in law. The foxy chick is my wife (now of 38 years marriage and still a fox).
    We had a ton of fun back then and it's a miracle I am still alive. Much wiser and more sedate now (hey... I'm now a BMW guy..).
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    Me and "Roach" ...fellow veterans survivin' "in the world" post war.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GSTom View Post
    Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa.
    Just there for a shooting competition in the fall..

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