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    V-Twin Expo



    This shows how hard the members of the motorcycle industry work at the industry shows like the V-Twin Expo.

    Photo captions please?
    Buzz Kanter
    American Iron Magazine Harley forum
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    "It is always fascinating to watch the development of rationalizations for an argument"


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    Is that a cell phone in that guys pocket or is he just happy to see her?

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    What guy?

    I'm just happy to see that she wears a helmet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perry View Post
    What guy?

    I'm just happy to see that she wears a helmet.
    Yeeeess............ and it has a nice flat spot on top of it, too.
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    Damn Buzz I was there never ran into ya. Did you stop by our Limpnickie lot?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEACH View Post
    Damn Buzz I was there never ran into ya. Did you stop by our Limpnickie lot?
    kevin. you see where buzz was hanging out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEACH View Post
    Damn Buzz I was there never ran into ya. Did you stop by our Limpnickie lot?
    Yes I did visit the lot several times over the 2 days there. Also spent some time with Chris Callen - who I admire. Sorry I missed you.
    Buzz Kanter
    American Iron Magazine Harley forum
    American Iron Magazine Digital Delivery

    "It is always fascinating to watch the development of rationalizations for an argument"


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    And she says...."I luv a ride with balls"

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    What bike???
    Dave Morrill
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