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PostPosted: Fri Nov 06, 2009 2:43 pm 
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RoadsterViking wrote:
Comma,comma,comma,comma,comma,chameleon
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"Karma karma karma karma karma chameleon" from the song by British pop group Culture Club:
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Oh, thanks for clearing that up, Roadster. Duh. :)

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Do you see the old woman or the young lady :wink: ?


I always see the old woman first.

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I always see the pretty young lady first.Probably becuase she's looking away.They do that alot,pretty young women,in my experience... :lol:


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oh heck yeah, I found a place for those extra valve covers, on the rear 1/4 panels of course!!!! :tu: next time, I'll have to use the vtec ones though :P

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What is that? The Trabant of Death?

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PostPosted: Sat Nov 28, 2009 1:43 am 
What would you call that style? Euro-trash steampunk phsychedelia?


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baron von chickenpants wrote:
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I love the guy in the back taking the cellphone pic!!!

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I think I know what I'm making for my bicycle this weekend... 8)


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PostPosted: Fri Dec 04, 2009 2:44 am 
That kid's face with the specs and that goofy grin is just priceless! :lol: x100


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These are real Russian street racers :shock:

I really dig the multilevel palette rear spoiler lol

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Notice that wheelie bar is made for bikes like "the Sting Ray, Mustang and Playboy 88". WTF? Never even heard of those bikes. :lol:

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The Sting Ray rings a bell.Made by Schwinn,I recall correctly.


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Notice that wheelie bar is made for bikes like "the Sting Ray, Mustang and Playboy 88". WTF? Never even heard of those bikes. :lol:


Seen plenty of Stingrays and Mustangs, never seen a Playboy 88... :P


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KresSlyda180 wrote:
Notice that wheelie bar is made for bikes like "the Sting Ray, Mustang and Playboy 88". WTF? Never even heard of those bikes. :lol:


Seen plenty of Stingrays and Mustangs, never seen a Playboy 88... :P

1968 Columbia Playboy "88" Male musclebike made in Westfield, Mass USA
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We had some pretty cool bikes here in Norway too when I was a youngster.Made by the DBS brand:
The Tomahawk:
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The Apache:
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I had an Apache myself.Slightly newer model than the one in the photo as mine had a handlebar-mounted 3-speed gear shift. I've still got it and hope to get around to restoring it someday.


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I had a Stingray when I was a kid. It had a banana seat and a pie-cut cheater slick rear tire. Sadly, I was never that cool again.

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Those bikes are too funky looking(never did like banana seat bikes) and before my time..... I was raised in the 80s when FREESTYLE bikes were cool. This was my machine, back in 86:

Still rare, sought after and kickass to this day.

CW California Freestyle.

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Mine was black with purple decals. :)

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