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Old 26th February 2012
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well, sorry, but thats all i got..... there was most deffently more cool bikes there no doubt. but these were my favorites of the bunch. id have a few hundred pics up if i got a pic of everyone...lol... so thanks for looking and thank you Monte03 for posting the schedule to the AMCA meets. if you had not done this, i would have never known about it. it was a lot of fun and im glad i went. hopefully this will spark others to post pics of the AMCA meets as the year goes on. id love to see what the other ones are like. so to all....ENJOY!!!!! i know i did!!

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dam that sucks, im just about an hour away in sioux city, IA. i posted a few days ago asking if any forum guys were gonna be there. it be fun to meet some guys that we only know each other through typing on a keyboard. it was a cool show! not a huge show, but hell i walked around there for hours and still couldnt take it all in..... everytime i walk be a booth even after i have passed it 5 times, i still see something i over looked everytime...lol
I'm up in Sioux City over the summer pretty often. My dad has been helping to restore Great Northern locomotive 1355 up by stone state park. We'll have to meet up sometime.
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I'm up in Sioux City over the summer pretty often. My dad has been helping to restore Great Northern locomotive 1355 up by stone state park. We'll have to meet up sometime.
Sounds good!! im very familiar with the train muesum by stone park. a couple years ago i did a REALLY deep excavation to stabalize the soil for the new building they put up with the toy train models in it. well i call it a toy anyway...lol. work like hell in the summer time. but usually i get everyother weekend off.
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Thanks for posting the pictures.
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great pic's, thanks. Love that WLV, if that's what it is....
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Cool pics. Thanks for posting. Small but nice selection of Ironheads, betwwn the Boattail, Cafe and the Bicentennial edition. Don' t see many of the latter with the original paint work. I know a lot of guys today don't like them, but bakc in the day they were considered the coolest thing going.
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Cool pics. Thanks for posting. Small but nice selection of Ironheads, betwwn the Boattail, Cafe and the Bicentennial edition. Don' t see many of the latter with the original paint work. I know a lot of guys today don't like them, but bakc in the day they were considered the coolest thing going.
the bicantennial? thats good to know, i was wondering what it was. id never seen one i guess. it is an original bike. see i didnt know it was a bicentennial. the decals on the tank threw me off. does that bike appear to be accurate?
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thanks for sharing those pics,cory.yes they made those trikes at the factory,up until 1973. first time ive seen an indian with h-d orange and black color paint before,how rude is that? thats a,respectable comment you made about the rep points.more than once i,have wondered how a,member thats been here a,short time with a,couple hundred posts,can have thousands of rep points. now i,think i,know.
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bicentennial model was 1976,celebrating the 200 year anniversary the u.s.a. i,thought said 1976,somewhere in the tank art,but i,cant see it in either pic.i,remember it well though i,graduated from high school that year.
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only trike i seen there. did harley make these from the factory???
Yes they did.

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