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Old 04-03-2014, 08:33 AM   #16
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Heh heh......as "gorgeous" as that "custom" chassis work IS on that burgundy
colored contraption ......not to mention the "forward thinking" Butchery of
that other thing.......I'm AFRAID that we've decided to go in a slightly
more traditional direction...........

But thanks for your "visionary" exploration of the subject matter on hand,
Mr. Hammerfist7. At least somebody is actually reading these posts!
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Old 04-04-2014, 11:03 AM   #17
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So..........speaking of traditional Vincent motorcycles.......we're thinking
that you should come on down to Brooklyn, NYC on Sunday, May 18th,
and scope-out John Romano's fabulous 1953 Vincent Black Shadow Series C.

This bike is immaculate, & remains unmolested by the touch of "creative" young "builder's" claws.

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Old 04-05-2014, 04:39 AM   #18
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<-------NEWSFLASH------->

From the "JUST BECAUSE WE CAN" Dept:

Since we've received such an overwhelmingly positive response on
Mr. Romano's Black Shadow.......We thought it was only appropriate
to reward your enthusiasm with a SECOND ONE!
You read that correctly.....Louis Yoh will be honoring us by adding
his phenomenal 1952 Vincent Black Shadow to our event.
That's one Vincent Black Shadow per eyeball folks!





And as you can see .......nobody has messed-up THIS bike either!
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Old 04-06-2014, 04:56 AM   #19
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My friend, Dave Molnar will be riding the 1926 Henderson DeLuxe
motorcycle that he built with his own hands! This beast started out
as a collection of 3 different, cast-off broken engines with no transmission.
He will ride-in to the show from Ontario, Canada!



If you want to take the "Longest Distance Ridden" Trophy away from him...
......you better get up pretty early in the morning!

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Old 04-07-2014, 10:40 AM   #20
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Pip is riding-in on his 1966 BMW R50/2. You certainly don't see too many
of these proud iron steeds remaining in their Original Bavarian White finery!

Sadly, I can't vouch for the Troll's plans on Sunday, May 18th.



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Old 04-08-2014, 09:42 AM   #21
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A distant cry was heard from out of the darkness........

"BUT WHAT IF WE GET HUNGRY AT THE SHOW?"

Not to worry. We've got that covered:

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<-------NEWSFLASH------->

Tom Payne will be showing his 1934 Harley Davidson VL.
Come and check this out....... Get your "Art Deco" on!

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We are currently seeking Teens-Era motorcycles for the show.

No.....of course you don't have one of these in your garage.....I don't either.
But that old timer friend of your dad's, who know's that one dude in ______ has one. Please contact him and tell him about this event!

Thank you.

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<-------NEWSFLASH------->


Corinna Mantlo will ride her 1968 BSA Lightning w/1970 Thunderbolt engine,
to the Show.

With so much "storminess" packed into a single motorcycle, we are absolutely
SURE that the way will have been cleared for a Gorgeous, Sunny & Warm
Sunday afternoon!


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<-------STAY TUNED------->

Vintage racer, Randy Hoffman has just dropped a "BOMB"
on us!

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And here it IS:



On his way to race his historic bikes at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, Mr. Hoffman
has decided to stop and share these exotic machines with the rest of us!

FIRST: an ultra-rare 1949 Velocette KTT 350cc Motor in a 1951 Manx Norton frame.
Featuring....Venom gearbox, Triumph conical rear hub, Fontana 4LS front brake, and the VERY rare Amal RN carb!



SECOND: a 1950 Vincent Grey Flash 500cc, with a Burman BAR magnesium racing gearbox, magnesium twin front brakes and an Amal 10TT9 carb!
It is certainly an honor to have Randy join us!
You'll want to see these incredible machines.


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<-------ANNOUNCEMENT------->

We are pleased to welcome Harley Davidson NYC aboard, as the lead-sponsor for our show!




They will be displaying a couple of their latest models at the event.

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Old 04-16-2014, 10:29 AM   #28
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<-------POINT OF FACT------->

The Fabulous, Original Artwork for our Poster was created by Ray Abeyta,
local BADASS Biker, BADASS Painter, and otherwise...full-time BADASS Dude.

Thanks Ray!










*(thanks to Jess & DicE magazine for the pic!)
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<-------NEWSFLASH------->

Helping us to represent the classic motorcycles of Japan, Phil Palazzolo
will ride-in on his 1965 Honda CB160. I had the pleasure of seeing Phil
ride this bike last week, and can report that it moves down the road in a
spirited manner!

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Phil will also get a buddy to ride-in his 1966 Honda Super Cub.....an unrestored
survivor. The iconic Super Cub is in its 56th year of production, and well over
60 million of them have been sold world-wide. Come on Sunday, May 18th,
and see one of the most popular bikes ever made.

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