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Cool shop! I'll bet they have the 1/4-24 tap and die set I've been looking for...
 

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I was seventeen when I bought a well used 1967 Honda 90 Scrambler for $150. A year later I traded it in on a brand spanking new 1971 Honda CB175. Those were my teenage motorcycles.
 

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I used cardboard, playing cards whatever with clothespins to hold them on as a kid. My kid brother however got one of those Vroom motors that ran on batteries for his bike.
 

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playing cards whatever with clothespins to hold them
Same here, many years before a teen.

Sure do like the look of those early motorcycles. That had to be some real fun back then!
 

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I was seventeen when I bought a well used 1967 Honda 90 Scrambler for $150. A year later I traded it in on a brand spanking new 1971 Honda CB175. Those were my teenage motorcycles.
Similarly, started on a Honda S65, then moved up to a CB 175, then on to a CL 350. The forst two were my dad's, but I rode them as much as he did. The 350 was my actual "first bike."


Yep. You and I are the old timers here apparently!
Lost many baseball cards to those spokes. And, man, wasn't that sheet of gum tasty ! ! !





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