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  • Re: Official - Show your ride thread...

    Posted 12 years 8 months ago
    • LOL! I'm out of town, so I missed the question.

      Yup, that is 100% real photo, and a blind-spot mirror. this is my first convertible, so I was unaware about blind spots many convertibles have. Luckily, I have driven large trucks, so was VERY familiar with these little mirrors, and I grabbed a few and cleared that problem up.

      I highly recommend them to everyone. they are a godsend, not to mention that they add neat effects when photographing things in your mirror! LOL! :D
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    Re: Official - Show your ride thread...

    Posted 12 years 8 months ago
    • I agree - lots of cars have them built-in to the mirrors, but if they don't, motorway driving is a life-threatening experience, especially in this god-forsaken country (the UK that is).

      :D
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    Re: Official - Show your ride thread...

    Posted 12 years 8 months ago
    • a Picture of my bike club...
      We ride 5-miles a day and normally between the hours of 4pm - 7pm.

      We refer to our daily bike outings as happy hour!

      ;D
    • "Everyone has to get knocked-down every once-in-a-while, otherwise you'll never learn how to get-back-up! "
      A quote attributed to my Grandpa Wagers
  • Re: Official - Show your ride thread...

    Posted 12 years 8 months ago
    • Nice.... now that is the way to travel :)
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    Re: Official - Show your ride thread...

    Posted 12 years 8 months ago
    • That bike is just too much! :D :D :D

      Very funny! Enjoy your ride!
      Say... you guys could use a trailer with an outhouse! ;)

      Cheers!
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    Posted 12 years 7 months ago
    • Heres my summer joy. 5 years in the making... Theres a problem with my rear view mirror though all the more expensive motors keep getting smaller? It's a Westfield kit.

      0-60 mph in 4.2

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    Re: Official - Show your ride thread...

    Posted 12 years 7 months ago
    • Nick Cavanagh wrote:
      Heres my summer joy. 5 years in the making... Theres a problem with my rear view mirror though all the more expensive motors keep getting smaller? It's a Westfield kit.

      0-60 mph in 4.2

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      Oh man.......GORGEOUS.

      Race? ;)
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    Posted 12 years 7 months ago
    • Oooh I'd be seriously tempted if it weren't for the fact that the cam belt change was 2 years overdue ::) ...last trackday I did was at Silverstone in '02 (my god, that long ago).

      Love the pics...what a beauty.
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  • Re: Official - Show your ride thread...

    Posted 12 years 7 months ago
    • Hello all,

      My daily driver is a 2003 Honda Civic. Great on gas w/ room for the wife and kids (plus my bikes).

      The family car is a 2002 Honda Odyssey.

      My project car is a 1956 VW beetle. It needs to be restored. Unfortunately, family, work and funds always seem to come first.

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