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Guys, if you want this thread to continue you need to stop the political post, had to delete 3 in the last 15 hours. All by @1Badcolt

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Please report it if he posts that stuff here again Please and I will remove him.
 
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A freinds dad bought this ar a few years back.Its official but they previous owner had changes tuff but now it's back to specs

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its not like Harleys don't have foreign parts on them.. hell some of those hondas may actually be more american then the harley..:)

I cosmetically redid my buddy's 80's Harley, around 98-99. He bought all new chrome and trim pieces for it. It had Japanese suspension, carb, some electrical components, Enkei wheels, and all the control hardware had "made in Japan"...cast into it. He was shocked and a bit bummed, seeing these things. Guess what color I painted it?....lol
 

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I cosmetically redid my buddy's 80's Harley, around 98-99. He bought all new chrome and trim pieces for it. It had Japanese suspension, carb, some electrical components, Enkei wheels, and all the control hardware had "made in Japan"...cast into it. He was shocked and a bit bummed, seeing these things. Guess what color I painted it?....lol
White...with a sunrise on the tank
 

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Pictured: Operation Top Flight: On 6 December 1959, the second XF4H-1 performed a zoom climb to a world record 98,557 ft. Commander Lawrence E. Flint, Jr., USN accelerated his aircraft to Mach 2.5, 1,650 mph; at 47,000 ft and climbed to 90,000 ft at a 45° angle. He then shut down the engines and glided to the peak altitude. As the aircraft fell through 70,000 ft, Flint restarted the engines and resumed normal flight.
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