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Chahta 05-26-2006 03:44 PM

New Toy
 
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About 20 years ago, I owned no less than 12 different bikes, all at the same time. Everything from little 3-wheelers, dirt bikes, to Cafe Racers(called crotch-rockets these days). It got to the point that I wasn't even a little bit scared to try and do anything on 'em. Fortunately, I realized how stupid this was. Sold 'em all and had not touched a scoot for 20 years......Until yesterday. I bought this.

Was shakin' like a leaf for the 1st few miles. It felt GOOD ! ! ! I guess that new Kimber will have to wait a bit...oh well......I think I can find something to occupy my time with....;)

Roger 05-27-2006 06:16 AM

Nice motorbike...:eek: :cool: I like it, it's a marvel of engineering.
What is the engine capacity ?

Chahta 05-27-2006 06:47 PM

I guess it would help if I told ya'll what it is. Suzuki Volusia with the Intruder 800 motor. But, it's not exactly factory specs.....
BTW, thanks.

Armorer 05-28-2006 11:39 AM

I'm both sad and happy for you brother-- that's some serious metal. A shame though-- I would have sold you my pro carry II for a reasonable sum. All in all, that's a beautiful bike man. I haven't ridden in ten years when my uncles Road King seized on me and sent me skidding sideways down a steep curve on a hill. I'm still shakey after that-- but seeing that beast makes me remember why I liked riding.

TJ 05-30-2006 05:43 AM

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Originally Posted by Armorer
I'm both sad and happy for you brother-- that's some serious metal. A shame though-- I would have sold you my pro carry II for a reasonable sum.


You too huh?

:pissright: Pro Carry II :pissleft: :p

Kthulhu 05-30-2006 12:41 PM

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Originally Posted by Chahta
I guess that new Kimber will have to wait a bit...oh well......I think I can find something to occupy my time with....;)


See that swingset behind the bike?

You know what to do.


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