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Friday, October 19, 2012

More Photos From The Swap Meet

A few more shots from last Sunday's recent swap meet.


I suppose the lock keeps honest people honest.


I've photographed this ball & claw shift knob before.  I still like it.

Changing styles


I love to see old bikes that really get ridden and used.  There are enough garage queens and museum pieces already.

Foot board on an late '40s Knucklehead.

Parking lot bikes.  I believe a '47 Harley knucklehead and a '51 panhead.  H-D fans feel free to correct me.

Another shot of that $300 gas tank...

Not sure if this is for a scooter or a roto-tiller.

A tank in the shadows (which I think is a Honda Shadow tank)

I've never been a chopper fan but these old '70s era Honda 750 choppers appeal to me for some reason.

The previous entry show the right side bag on this '47 Harley, here's the left side.


And just in time for the holidays, Martha Stewart's little brother, "Skull" Stewart, was showing off his fall line of interior decor accent pieces.

3 comments:

mq01 said...

OOOOOOOOOOOOOOH the deluxe floorboard..... drooling.....

Trobairitz said...

I live it a college town with quite a few frat houses. I think Skull Stewart would make a lot of money here with those lamps. Well, either that or he'd get a lot of free supplies.

Some really great shots of those ld bikes. So much character.

Gymi said...

I think I'm going to be forced to purchase the $300 tank and use it on the $1,400 chopper I found. They seem like a perfect match.

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