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    75, one of the last ones made before the factory shut.
    I?m condescending, that means I talk down to people.


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    Old enough that I could import it without being hit with the ridiculous 180% tax on motorcycles, we have.
    If I wasn't saving up for a trip overseas, I'd be very tempted.
    Always wanted one of those.
    It is, to me at least, the most iconic bike.

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    I’m hoping they’ll be others of the same persuasion
    I?m condescending, that means I talk down to people.


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    To bad you didn't enjoy it more Mick. Looks like a fine machine.

    My bikes are away for the winter, but that means in my shop, where I walk past them daily and every time I feel the urge to throw a leg over.

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    I'm dying here! The bike on the left is my buddy's and the other two are my wife's and mine.



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    Nice bikes squisher.

    I may have talked myself into a new bike this spring. I’m thinking about a KLR 650 so I can hit the backroads. You can ride all over Idaho and only have to travel a minimal amount of highway.
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    I would dig that Norton Mick. Sweet bike!
    Man can dream.
    Katy won't ride with me, so that takes some of the fun out of it. After I retire maybe for my ME time.
    Interesting how a limited gene pool and a limited labor force seem to be so closely related.

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    Very pretty, Mick. I rode a Norton 850, back in the deep recesses of time. About the same vintage...I think '73. White with black pinstripes and trim. Was too much fun, too fast, and I feel lucky to have survived those days .
    "Confidence is the feeling you sometimes have before you fully understand the situation."

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