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    Re: looking for pictures of 60/70s choppers Specifically Molding pictures

    It was a W2, not W12. I was quite familiar with them at one time...
    Bit of a hijack here
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    Re: looking for pictures of 60/70s choppers Specifically Molding pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by wileysnkskns View Post
    Awesome lines in that old girl, best example yet. Don't suppose you kept her, if you did, that's some Indian beauty. Thanks
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    Wiley, the white Indian pictured is not the one I was describing. Mine never looked so nice. I never finished the rebuild. I met a gentleman that collected Indians and he was looking for a 46 motor and tranny to complete a 46 restoration he was doing. About 8 months after we met, I ran into deal to good to pass up. He got the motor and tranny he needed and I got a 58 Pan chopper with a fresh motor. That was in 77 and that motorcycle (at least the motor and tranny) resides in my garage today.
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    Re: looking for pictures of 60/70s choppers Specifically Molding pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by Rubone View Post
    It was a W2, not W12. I was quite familiar with them at one time...
    Bit of a hijack here
    Ain't no freaking way Robbie you were ever that young before !!!! I know you were dear friend. I just wanted to scrub on your bones a bit. I need the chuckles Bro. I hope I provided you a few.

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    Re: looking for pictures of 60/70s choppers Specifically Molding pictures

    Is that your brother, Robbie?
    I had the pleasure of meeting him at Wasco- Jeez, was that last year already?
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    Re: looking for pictures of 60/70s choppers Specifically Molding pictures

    Is this Rose the Corvette Drag Strip girl who Married Tom McMullen?
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  6. Re: looking for pictures of 60/70s choppers Specifically Molding pictures

    One had to learn how to kick start just to have some fun:
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    Re: looking for pictures of 60/70s choppers Specifically Molding pictures

    Button start arrived after I got old. LOL

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    Re: looking for pictures of 60/70s choppers Specifically Molding pictures

    Here's a couple from my youth. The blue bike is a 1947 Knuckle FL and the gold bike is a 1939 Knuckle EL. The 47 blue bike was stolen, recovered, wrecked, rebuilt and stolen again. I recovered the motor, transmission and rear wheel but sold the parts. The 39 gold bike was sold to a GI in Germany in the early 70s. The Sportster in the back also went to Germany.My47Knuck.jpg

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    Re: looking for pictures of 60/70s choppers Specifically Molding pictures

    Man, I love that classic water heater in the background !

    Just John; just kidding. You had some nice motorcycles, and probably some good memories to go with them.

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    Re: looking for pictures of 60/70s choppers Specifically Molding pictures

    Quote Originally Posted by axeric View Post
    Man, I love that classic water heater in the background !

    Just John; just kidding. You had some nice motorcycles, and probably some good memories to go with them.
    I think the water heater was either a ServPro or AO Smith, probably 1971 vintage. I suspect it would be hard to find one that vintage in working condition. I bet they would need a lot of rust repair! LOL!
    The blue bike was my only transportation for several years. I rode it from Arkansas to California and back two times in 1969 and 1970. The gold 39 was built to sell. I bought the motor in a peach crate in Fayetteville, AR for $25.00. The only expensive part on it was the new aftermarket springer.

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