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    FUKENGRUVEN SURVIVOR akbeemer's Avatar
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    Seen In Montana

    Didn't get a chance to speak to the rider as he appeared to be in quite a hurry when he came out of the store. I did notice that he had an interesting tattoo that covered much of his face. My favorite decal on the bike was, "Mullets Rock."





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    Seen in Montana

    Ummm, what was he buying at that store that he did not already have on his bike?

    I wonder if the front set of luggage needs to be full all the time in order to balance the bike???
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    He made start a new trend with front side cases



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    Quote Originally Posted by k75s View Post
    Ummm, what was he buying at that store that he did not already have on his bike?
    A kitchen sink

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    Looks like an Auto Zone to me. Musta needes some nuts and bolts, or bungee cords or some such.
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    One of the best looking wings i've ever seen.

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    Provides some style'n ideas for that new GS of yours BZ.
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    Hey all; Just another example of the old saying; Goldwings never die. I wonder what this whole rig must weigh? By the way, is that a fishing pole or a shotgun in the green case? I'll wager a bet that the owner of this monster is just happy as heck to be out in the wind!! Vaya con Dios, Dutch

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    The spirit of individuality. All that matters is if the rider is happy riding life's trails with his bike.

    Thanks for posting.
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    I met that guy in California last year! Eccentric but, had some great stories.

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    Just don't tell me he looks like Cary Grant in a tux.

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    The front brake lever seem a little odd....
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    Quote Originally Posted by 35634 View Post
    The front brake lever seem a little odd....
    Just the front brake lever?
    anyhow ya gotta love the fact that this guy's whole life can probably be discerned by examining his ride!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bogthebasher View Post
    ........ this guy's whole life can probably be discerned by examining his ride!
    Maybe, but I got the impression there was a great deal to be learned from the tattoo across his face as well.
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    Thanks. Now at 64 I have a whole new definition of 'double bagger'.

    Sign on the door says Ace Hardware so I am gonna go with faucet washers since I just know that thing already has a kitchen sink. .... and 40 gallon fresh water pressure tank. Now holding tank.................

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