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    Junior Member Dr. Gonzo's Avatar
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    Talking First time poster, not very long time listener.

    Hey guys, just learned about this forum a few weeks ago and man I am loving it! The forum you guys have made here is one of the most inviting communities I've ever seen, and I'm really excited to be apart of it. My current project is a 1972 Honda CL 175 K6 Scrambler that I've pretty much done a complete rebuild on, but its running better every day and man it is a fun little bike. So yeah, thanks for the warm welcome and I hope I can do my part in maintaining this remarkably pure communityFirst time poster, not very long time listener.-img_20190804_002703.jpg
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    Welcome, great looking bike.

    You hit the nail on the head about this forum.

    Great site, very nice and knowledgeable peeps here too.

    Sounds like you'll fit right in.
    "If it ain't raining, I'm riding......"

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    Great looking bike!

    Look forward to hearing more about it.

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    Welcome - if only you had started sooner so you could have posted your project log for us to follow along the way. We enjoy seeing the progression of events and when we have that opportunity, we can often spot things in good pictures posted to help people avoid things they often aren't familiar with. Nevertheless, nice looking bike you have and it's always gratifying to see one in original, survivor form. As you already know, plenty of help and knowledge available for whatever you might encounter from this point on. Good to have you
    Tom

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    Awesome post, love the Bike.

    I am super new also and still have so much to learn, but this seems like the best place out there to start!

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