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good pixs. how was the seat on the scrambler?

Dr. Pepper - Looks refreshing.
 

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"...An eccentric, retired oilman, Al Shepperd of Kerrville, Texas was given a large slab of limestone for his birthday."

Gee... I just got a sweater... and what I really wanted was a moaner! :-D

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Cool pictures! Your bike, looks like you have the best of all three, Scrambler, Thruxton and Bonneville, well maybe not so much Bonnie. Didn't like the high pipes?
 

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sport, not bad for 300ish mile days. Not for much more. Well, maybe it was the Popeye forearms...

4, didn't like the CL450 the first time around...

[ This message was edited by: panthercity on 2006-10-15 18:05 ]
 

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panther, et.al.,

Not that you probably care, but Dublin, Tx., is also famous for being the birthplace of legendary golfer, Ben Hogan.

Neat pics!
 

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I like what you did to the Scrambler. It kind of looks like an old Norton scrambler, but I can't remember which model. Are those Thruxton pipes?
 

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tba, I'd forgotten about Hogan. With the recent passing of "Lord" Byron, comes the end of an era. The two of them were some of the finest gentlemen to ever stride the links IMNSHO.

Stray, yes. Thruxton head pipes with TORs.
 
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