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    Wow, there's a wealth of info in these two pages. Lots of WR/KR owners can find out who raced their bike. Great post!
    Dave Morrill
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    Deadly Dave's Blog
    Lost Stories of Early American Motorcycling.

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    1921 Harley-Davidson Model J Racer

    It will break a hundred, if dropped from an airplane!

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    Very cool. I'm bettin' the riders would prefer to see ads for restaurants or bars instead of ambulance and funeral homes......

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    Very cool stuff! It is also fun to see how many indians were still running in the early years of the KR era! And the occasional G or WLA, most likely fitted with a "WR" kit!
    Robbie
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    I agree on the weird ads, check this out!

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    Wow--my heart stopped! I've been looking for motor#'s on WR's for a long time! My# 48wr 2589, which Paul Goldsmith ran in 48(so the story go's)@ Daytona and the Klunk Bro's from Pa. ran later.. Ironiclly, these race programs show them having 2588-hmmm! Greatly appreciate the listings of #'s, tomorrow I'll see if my 1951 Daytona Manx or 1948 Indian Big Bases' show up anywhere-again-Thanks, BPK!!
    Wouldn't happen to have other listing??

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    Leave it to racers, begging for more.I don't know of other sources for numbers.If you look at big base numbers too close you might realize that there are duplicates ,like FDH141 running out of Springfield Mass. and St.Louis at the same time! If you see a Tulare county,Ca. race program ,all of the pics are of deadly street crashes.Put on by the county police dept. Daytona bikes were set up different than Spingfield ,wich were different than short tracks.Tuman ran Norton? at Daytona and Big base Indian at Springfield. The Indians came to life faster than all others in the dirt.
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