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Discussion in 'Indian Motorcycle General Discussion' started by Blueshwk, Jul 27, 2016.
So you had to check if it really was Colonel Sanders at that computer in the background?
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No, Sorry Rodd but you struck out there,.....feel free to try again however,......
No, nothing else of interest there .
Yes I saw it the first time, I also reckon you had to get a closer look because you couldn't see through the mist in your eyes Al.
Don't tell anyone!,.......Lets see who else gets it!
That Colonel Sanders you see there is 'The Boss' who sold me my VS700 Intruder way back in 1996,......great guy,.....gave me a great trade in price on my Honda CX500 and I have dealt with Wellington Motorcycles ever since, buying heaps of gear from them,.....no more bikes but I have directed a good number of people to their doors,....BUT!,.......OK people,.......anyone else see what's hidden in that last pic of mine?,......keep looking,....keep guessing people!
that old bike... the forerunner to the Indian 4?
Well yes it is ebigfish,.....That there, sitting quietly, no doubt gathering a little dust is a 1918 Henderson Four,.......I cannot count the number of times I have been in that shop, looked around, looked up, seen it and the penny never dropped,.....My dream bike right there in front of my nose,.......Mike the Parts guy asked the boss a while back what was it worth, $60,000?,.....Try about $150,000 replied the Boss,.....and that was then,.......Congrats to Rodd who picked it first,.......
Nowhere special, just home from work. Sunset was beautiful!
199.7 miles today:
First stop was at the Old Delina Country Store in Cornersville, Tn. One of the oldest operating general stores in Tennessee at 125 years old.
Then a few obligatory old structure pics on the way to my next destination:
Next stop was at David Crockett State Park in Lawrence County, Tn.
A 1,319-acre park where along the banks of Shoal Creek, in what is now his namesake park, he established a diversified industry consisting of a powdermill, a gristmill and a distillery. All three operations were washed away in a flood in September 1821.
Last place was a quick stop in Lynchburg, Tn. because... well, because it's "on the way home"....