Pretty much anything not covered by the topics above. Short lived production bikes or vehicles, Electrical, Tires, Paint, Brakes, etc. Use this for tech questions, and "Shoot the Bull" for general conversation, no tech.
Thanks for all the praise guys! It truly is an awesome movie. I've been watching it for 16 years and after joining this FHP website realized this would be the perfect place and enthusiasts to share it with. By the way, Gramps is the good looking guy w/ the nice bike! LOL! KB
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hello, just registered after reading from the sidelines and think it's a great site. i told bill i think i was born 75 years to late. i am waiting for the tape now. i just hope my mail got there. just wanted to say hello. thanks,rich
tape came in mail after my first post and just finished it. great stuff. i can't wait for the snow to melt and and take a ride. i feel like my bikes are new after watching the tape.(59&64 pans) thanks for giving me the oppertunity to have such a tape. i def know i was born in the wrong era. as much fun as i had watching i could'nt help but think about how many of those guys would be going off to war in a short amount of time
This is one fantastic piece of history! I've been watching a little of it each evening, and enjoying the countryside. My wife is identifying old buildings in Greensboro, as she was raised over there. I'm enjoying all of it as I live right in the area. This tape is priceless. And, you are one fine fellow for sharing it with us.
Chris, Yeah, that's me, KB of the KOC. Good to talk to you again. I appreciate all the contributions you make to this and other forums and the hobby in general. I hope all is well with you and yours. I'll PM you later to catch up. Your DVD is on the way, thanks & enjoy. KB