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Yesterday, a bunch of friends from our vintage club and I rode about 80 miles to see some vintage bikes a group from northern Mississippi were bringing to show. We met at a chicken wings place about halfway between the two groups on a dreary November day. I didn't know what to expect, but wow! - those guys brought some primo bikes and lined them up in a vacant parking lot across the street. Here are pics of most of the Honda twins that were there...unfortunately, my cell phone ran out of storage space.

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You don't see those early dreams too often. Nice pics, thanks for sharing.
What! I am so sick of those things right now. I just got a 62 model on the road that had been stored since the early 80s because someone had worked on it, and am helping a friend restore a 1960 model. Rebuilding the rear shocks right now installing new seals and oil. Then I have a 1963 in parts I keep tripping over. And then there is the later models I have to deal with. On a good note however I am in the process of restoring a 1961 Yamaha YD3 (only around 800 to have been imported to the US), and a 1974 MZ TS-150, not many of them running around now.
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What! I am so sick of those things right now. I just got a 62 model on the road that had been stored since the early 80s because someone had worked on it, and am helping a friend restore a 1960 model. Rebuilding the rear shocks right now installing new seals and oil. Then I have a 1963 in parts I keep tripping over. And then there is the later models I have to deal with. On a good note however I am in the process of restoring a 1961 Yamaha YD3 (only around 800 to have been imported to the US), and a 1974 MZ TS-150, not many of them running around now.
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Really!?, the one in the forth pic down?
 

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Wow! How cool that must have been! Great pics!
 

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I hate bike shows, makes my riders look like crap.

They will be restored when I retire and passed on to my nephews for another 40 years or so.
 
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