I would have guessed you were closer to 50 :shock:dlslick said:How can a 58 year old man be this goofy over an old motorcycle?
Totally agree with you here. My father is 83 and does more in the run of a day than most men half his age. When he helps me with something at my house, I can't keep up with him I firmly believe its because he is always active and doing something. He doesn't do anything with bikes but he's always building or fixing something. He just recently built a big shed in his backyard. He has no need for it but just built it for something to do, keeps him young. I have different interests than him, but I always try to be tinkering with something in the garage. Sure beats watching TV.Brown Bomber said:My philosophy is, tinkering with these old bikes is what keeps us young. (Hasn't helped my gray hair or wrinkles, but when I'm on one of my old bikes, it's 1976 all over again.)