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Discussion in 'Indian Motorcycle Photos & Videos' started by thumper, Oct 26, 2016.
Blah- hahaha.....Skip, Biff or Chad....I just spit my beer all over the place!
My wife and I planned on heading up to Rochester Illinois today to the Farmers Market where the Weiner Mobile was making a appearance. I was going to Win this challenge!
No go, it rained all night and still raining.
The Road to Hell is paved....
It is.,...but crap doesn't hold up in rain..
Me being Crap..
You might have to order in and have the new Weiner drone fly out to you
Something subliminal going on here,.....I'm feeling hungry,.......,......
@Alpal I stopped at a cafe today and a guy came over to talk about Indian motorbikes. After a while he tells me he has a 402 and a Henderson sitting under covers in his shed. He then gave me his number and said I should call him in a couple of weeks and he will bring them out so I can see them. This should be interesting.
DOUBLE LIKE!!! Holy snapping,....ensure your mobile phone is fully charged for LOTS of pics!,.....TWO!,......when I cry out for a Tonka toy model of one,......But hey,.....I am also overjoyed that there are still some of these beauties out there with people still prepared to treat them as they should be,......to be ridden, not showcased,.........
modern version of NZ's buzzy bee. Every kid should have one.
Sorry no weiner mobile;
but I did hit the road today to take up an offer to see a beautifully restored 402. Turned out to be a very interesting afternoon talking with the owner and looking over his collection of bikes. His knowledge and passion for veteran bikes and restoration was captivating. The bikes I saw are a credit to him and they reveal something of the engineering skills and attention to detail he possesses. On one of the bikes he had actually manufactured the entire girder fork suspension complete with hub and brakes - beautiful workmanship.
As we looked around he showed me another 4 cylinder bike, this time a Henderson which is in bits and about to be rebuilt, and then he gave me an invitation to come back in the near future to see it in fully restored condition. I'm looking forward to that.
I thought I might have a chance to win my own challenge. Last I saw the wiener mobile was in the Iowa area. Now that I am passing through Iowa in my way home from the Beartooth Hwy, the dang thing is nowhere around here. Now it is n Philly, Myrtle Beach, Michigan, and Idaho.
Wow that is awesome @Rodd