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Old 03-24-2009, 10:37 AM   #1
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Old 03-24-2009, 10:47 AM   #2
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GM chief goes to the lunch at Luigi's. Film at 11!
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Old 03-24-2009, 11:08 AM   #3
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He just wanted to make sure the arm chaps were delivered on time.
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Old 03-24-2009, 11:29 AM   #4
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Funny how things work, Harley buys Aermacchi in the early 60's, sells it to the Castigoni (sic) brothers in the late 1970's who rebuilds the company into Cagiva, who copies Honda designs, and when they almost tank, HD buys it back all over again.

How confusing. Now I suppose someone is going to tell my Chrysler and Fiat will merge, and produce Crysats or Fiaslers. Just as long as Chrysler refuses to use Fiat cylinder heads I suppose it'll be OK...and Fiat says "NO" to Mopar starters....

Typing this from Phoenix AZ off the keyboard of the great Rick Sieman. I feel the power coursing through my fingertips, and I (gasp) want to ride a Maico now.

In Arizona folks go around wearing .45 caliber SA Colt Peacemakers out in the open, and because of that there is very little gun crime. Funny how that works...
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Funny how things work, Harley buys Aermacchi in the early 60's, sells it to the Castigoni (sic) brothers in the late 1970's who rebuilds the company into Cagiva, who copies Honda designs, and when they almost tank, HD buys it back all over again.

How confusing. Now I suppose someone is going to tell my Chrysler and Fiat will merge, and produce Crysats or Fiaslers. Just as long as Chrysler refuses to use Fiat cylinder heads I suppose it'll be OK...and Fiat says "NO" to Mopar starters....

Typing this from Phoenix AZ off the keyboard of the great Rick Sieman. I feel the power coursing through my fingertips, and I (gasp) want to ride a Maico now.

In Arizona folks go around wearing .45 caliber SA Colt Peacemakers out in the open, and because of that there is very little gun crime. Funny how that works...
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Old 03-24-2009, 11:37 AM   #6
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Yep, a 5th of 140 proof Cogniac. Rick likes the hi-test stuff...
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Funny how things work, Harley buys Aermacchi in the early 60's, sells it to the Castigoni (sic) brothers in the late 1970's who rebuilds the company into Cagiva, who copies Honda designs, and when they almost tank, HD buys it back all over again.

How confusing. Now I suppose someone is going to tell my Chrysler and Fiat will merge, and produce Crysats or Fiaslers. Just as long as Chrysler refuses to use Fiat cylinder heads I suppose it'll be OK...and Fiat says "NO" to Mopar starters....

Typing this from Phoenix AZ off the keyboard of the great Rick Sieman. I feel the power coursing through my fingertips, and I (gasp) want to ride a Maico now.

In Arizona folks go around wearing .45 caliber SA Colt Peacemakers out in the open, and because of that there is very little gun crime. Funny how that works...
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Tell the Hunkster I was a Dirt Bike subscriber back in my teen years.
Me Too Me Too...Super Hunky was my hero!!! well almost, actually Barry Sheene was my hero but I used to read Dirt Bike all the time...
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