surprise at local shop
scapco at ecentral.com
Thu May 19 10:36:03 PDT 2011
Very cool. It's always fun finding something like that unexpectedly.
That would be a fun toy to play with.
Congrats on getting the Zook back up to snuff! All it does here in
Colorado is rain, or snow at higher altitudes. I am looking out my
office window right now and it's snowing lightly. It's starting to
feel like summer will never get here.
BTW, Kawasaki is coming to Bandimere Raceway on June 4th and 5th and
is giving demo rides if anyone is interested. I am attending to ride
the new Ninja 1000 and the Concours 14.
On Thu, May 19, 2011 at 10:03 AM, Marilyn Mason <masonjs at nrtco.net> wrote:
> Yesterday I installed the brake pedal/right foot peg, right mirror and right
> signal light on my bike. I couldn't manage to get the signal light plugged
> in under the fairing.
> I stopped in at Harlow Hawthorn's yesterday to get him to plug in the signal light.
> Harlow is a Harley builder and rebuilder so I was extremely surprised to see
> an electric blue 1960 BSA 250 Scrambler in pristine condition sitting on his
> floor beside a 1929 HD that he was rebuilding.
> I asked if he had rebuilt he BSA over the winter. He said no that the bike
> was original right down to the tires and 902 miles on the odometer.
> It really out shone the 1969 Triumph 250 rolling chassis I sold/traded a
> couple of years ago.
> I gave him the name of a couple of places to get original pattern
> replacement tires and he was good enough to give me 20 seconds free while he
> plugged in my signal light.
> I had a similar experience 3 years ago when I went into a shoe store to pick
> up my wife after I had been skating. I meandered into what had been the
> men's section just killing time and found a Triumph 650 Tiger and a BSA 650
> Thunderbolt but no shoes.
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