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Date: 03/26/12 18:42
About as cool as a speeder can be
Author: WrongWayMurphy

A friend of mine in East Texas sent this to me - says it belonged to the T&P based in Marshall, Tex.




Date: 03/26/12 18:59
Re: About as cool as a speeder can be
Author: GRNDMND

As the ad for a local Harley dealer says..."screw-it...let's ride!"

KC



Date: 03/26/12 19:09
Re: About as cool as a speeder can be
Author: speeder3

That is the coolest thing ever. Period.

Brian



Date: 03/26/12 19:13
Re: About as cool as a speeder can be
Author: czuleget

Nice Indian.



Date: 03/26/12 19:29
Re: About as cool as a speeder can be
Author: garr

It is a bluff, that is really the prototype Tier V GEVO.

Jay



Date: 03/26/12 21:22
Re: About as cool as a speeder can be
Author: Thomas

There's a very large version of this pic on the Shorpy site. Check out the spring brakes!



Date: 03/26/12 21:30
Re: About as cool as a speeder can be
Author: africansteam

Pockta, pockata, pockata. . .

Cheers,
Jack



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/27/12 07:34 by africansteam.



Date: 03/26/12 22:43
Re: About as cool as a speeder can be
Author: DNRY122

Note the acetylene headlight--popular about a hundred years ago.



Date: 03/27/12 04:30
Re: About as cool as a speeder can be
Author: GPutz

And those dynamic brakes! Gerry



Date: 03/27/12 06:12
Re: About as cool as a speeder can be
Author: HogBoyJr

THAT......gives me an idea for this old bike I have......



Date: 03/27/12 14:57
Re: About as cool as a speeder can be
Author: rehunn

At the present time the bike would be worth enough to buy a fully loaded
hi-railer!



Date: 03/28/12 04:51
Re: About as cool as a speeder can be
Author: sp5312

O I gotta get one of these!



Date: 03/28/12 18:08
Re: About as cool as a speeder can be
Author: chakk

Thomas Wrote:
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> There's a very large version of this pic on the
> Shorpy site. Check out the spring brakes!


I guess the rider reached out with his left foot to press the brake pedal down?



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