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  • #61
    image_25655.jpg Harry Mangham wearing the Silver Gauntlet.
    NZ in the late 1920's
    Is this the sort of photos you want
    Last edited by ihrescue; 11-29-2020, 08:44 PM.
    Peter Thomson, a.k.a. Tommo
    A.M.C.A. # 2777
    Palmerston North, New Zealand.

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    • #62
      Vintage Pic of the Day - September 8, 2020 - ASL Single Cylinder

      Screen Shot 2020-09-08 at 7.45.08 AM.jpg

      Is this antique motorcycle the ancestor of today's ASL in York, UK?

      Mike Love

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      • #63
        Originally posted by Tommo View Post
        Harry Mangham wearing the Silver Gauntlet.
        NZ in the late 1920's
        Is this the sort of photos you want
        A good one Tommo. Thanks

        Mike Love

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        • #64
          Originally posted by BigLakeBob View Post
          [ATTACH=CONFIG]29435[/ATTACH] Here's one. A couple of years ago I won a flash drive from caimag forum of the collective of vintage pictures up to that point. Am I allowed to post those here or will that fall into some type on a non permission clause infringing on some publishing rights? Anybody know? I can continue to post more if allowed.
          Bob - Unless they labeled it with a warning I would say if you give credit to the source that it is good intent. If there is a problem I am sure they will let us know. No I don't want us to infringe on someone's rights of ownership. I have looked into permissions, copyrights, etc. and while someone may have bought a photo and physically owns it the photographer still owns the rights. So many of these vintage photos have been shared extensively on the internet.

          Mike Love

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          • #65
            Originally posted by T. Cotten View Post
            Is it the "screenshot" that makes your pics so small, Mike?

            ....Cotten
            I don't know Cotten, could be. I could try to resize. I need to do a little more research on how to affect the size of images on the forum.

            Mike Love

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            • #66
              Originally posted by droptopford View Post
              Snagged this one for the cool 50s color vibe and Fairlane similar to mine in the background.
              [ATTACH=CONFIG]29440[/ATTACH]

              And some kids getting a head start in life.
              [ATTACH=CONFIG]29441[/ATTACH]

              No MC in this one but a variety of offenses being committed in this ad from 60 years ago. How did we ever survive?
              [ATTACH=CONFIG]29442[/ATTACH]
              Now I get your Username. HaHa I'm a little slow. Yes a classic color scheme for the Fairlane. Were the OEM retractable roof models always two-tone paint. Yes I see you circled the guy disembarking from the Ford in the ad was without a belt, little girl standing up, oh and the riders in the leather above were without helmets as well. I guess if technology can solve a problem and prevent death and injury its going to get a push for implementation.

              Mike Love

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              • #67
                Enjoyed that photo Tommo! Hope you don't mind that I added it to my files.

                Eleven years ago when I joined this club I had no idea that my grandfather and his cousin had purchased, refurbished and raced a 1926 ohv peashooter in the mid-30's on the cinder track at State Fair Park in Milwaukee. I have since located a few newspaper articles that mention them and the machine.

                The following South Australia Speedway Riders Club car badge somehow ended up in my grandfather's possession up in Milwaukee Wisconsin.

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                • #68
                  Originally posted by ihrescue View Post
                  Now I get your Username. HaHa I'm a little slow. Yes a classic color scheme for the Fairlane. Were the OEM retractable roof models always two-tone paint.
                  Mike Love
                  Here's mine.

                  59 FORD 004.jpg

                  Available in pretty much any color combination you could imagine!

                  Ok, back to Vintage MC pics... Sorry for brief hijack!

                  10403344_875112809176510_4210991051932860365_n_zpsbdhxiqhi.jpg

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                  • #69
                    8bbd29b8c3a3f3fec81691d19ee41992.jpgPicture from caimag forum. Thanks Mike.
                    Bob Rice #6738

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                    • #70
                      Originally posted by BigLakeBob View Post
                      [ATTACH=CONFIG]29457[/ATTACH]Picture from caimag forum. Thanks Mike.
                      Thanks everyone for keeping this thread alive...my morning coffees and late night peeks weren't the same with it gone
                      Ross

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                      • #71
                        image_25670.jpgimage_25671.jpg image_25670.jpg #36.
                        image_25671.jpg #37.
                        image_25672.jpg #38.
                        image_25673.jpg #39.
                        image_25674.jpg #40. >>>A Slim Trim 60's America.
                        image_25672.jpgimage_25673.jpgimage_25674.jpg
                        https://youtu.be/CXlUmZ0nNys >>>HD Stock Footage 1930's Expert Rider's put on Exhibition. *YouTube.

                        *M.A.D.*
                        Last edited by ihrescue; 11-29-2020, 08:46 PM.

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                        • #72
                          ^That first one hurts just looking at it!!^

                          Dale

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                          • #73
                            Originally posted by painterdale View Post
                            ^That first one hurts just looking at it!!^

                            Dale
                            I'm Hip--but what's with that weird-0 grin??? Publicity maybe?

                            *M.A.D.*
                            Last edited by JoJo357; 09-08-2020, 11:50 PM.

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                            • #74
                              Originally posted by T. Cotten View Post
                              Is it the "screenshot" that makes your pics so small, Mike?

                              My 'snagged' copy seems clearer.

                              More jumps?

                              ....Cotten
                              That is a girl jumping the other bike and in the sidecar in #52 reply, thats great!

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                              • #75
                                Originally posted by JoJo357 View Post
                                I'm Hip--but what's with that weird-0 grin??? Publicity maybe?

                                *M.A.D.*
                                Might be the undertaker...

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