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    Motorcycle or airplane cockpit?

    This GoldWing looks like an airplane cockpit.

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    Cool

    Not exactly a newer model Wing there buddy.

    Just sayin'

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    Yup, older Wing!

    Like the late model BMW's are lacking in gizmos and controls!

    There might not be as many buttons, but one controller and a couple buttons control a bunch of stuff.

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    must be hard to see all those controls in the glare from all that chrome....
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    I love those old wing's. I remember drooling over them as a youngster.
    So often times it happens that we live our lives in chains
    And we never even know we have the key

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    Thumbs down

    Quote Originally Posted by mlytle View Post
    must be hard to see all those controls in the glare from all that chrome....
    It's more than just a little 'over-farkled.'

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    Quote Originally Posted by greenwald View Post
    It's more than just a little 'over-farkled.'
    Seems to be missing the soft serve ice cream machine
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    Needs more cowbell...

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    Quote Originally Posted by henzilla View Post
    Seems to be missing the soft serve ice cream machine
    Inside left side of trunk - there's a USB port to power the unit!

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    Aw. You're all somewhat behind the times! Back in the 70s, Ez Berg rode one of the first conversions that eventually had an
    R90S engine and dual disc front end. He ran a Glasser fairing with a dashboard that contained every possible instrument available up to and including an altimeter! There are plenty of stories to be told about this gentleman but I'll leave that to a future campfire.
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