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That 1938 is sweet looking all cleaned up.
84 GL1200 STD
75 GL1000 #202
75 GL1000 (AKA, GL1-242)(AKA, Flipper)
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looks like some of my pics disappeared... heres one... My 3 oldest operating single mantels. A 1938, 1947, and 1953.
83 GL 1100 bagger
78 GL 1000 nakedALL WE WANT TO DO IS DRINK OUR ESPRESSO, RIDE OUR MACHINES, AND NOT BE HASSLED BY THE MANOwning a motorcycle is not a matter of life or death. It's much more important than that."Don't sweat the little things, guys, take care and appreciate all that you have around you!" - FewmanNGWclub on Facebook
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