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Old 7th February 2021
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Most of the mechanics of old are gone now, or memories have faded and the internet and forums like this, are our new teachers. It's not easy finding someone in your neighborhood who can help solve a problem or instruct you on some of the pitfalls you'll run into.
Your comment about old mechanics gave me a flashback to younger days. Simon Harley of Plainfield, NJ in the 50’s, Williams Harley of Bound Brook, NJ. up to the very early 20000’s, all gone except in my mind.

A sure sign of age when time does not alter the image of those in it.

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