Broken-Aero
broken-aero
Aug 7
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My dad gave me his 1970's motorcycle years ago as part of a repayment for a tractor. The thing had been sitting in various sheds or backs of garages since the early 1980's. I always referred to it as “my dad’s bike”. Even after schlepping it 600 miles to a new job, it was still “my dad’s bike”. Read more

Aug 5
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I mirror your sentiments about Facebook. We could always go back to the pre-Facebook days (for those of us that remember) and just use the forums you mention at the beginning. For most of my projects, the vehicles are so old the most knowledgeable people don’t have Facebook but do manage to stumble through forum pages. Read more

Jul 14
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Pretty much. And that movie was one of the several that inspired me to become an engineer.

Jul 14
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Funny enough, I’ve gravitated toward a modified UNI filter as well.

Jul 13
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Look, if there’s one thing I’ve learned from working on more obsolete vehicle brands and models, is that you take what you can get when it comes to finding replacement parts. $13 is absolutely worth the test to see if it works. If it fits, it’ll be waaaayyy better than what you had before. And if it doesn’t then it’s Read more

Jun 29
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So awesome. If only they’d do classic Japanese motorcycles too.

Jun 22
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Either his ‘57 Chevy Bel air that he street raced or his Kharman Ghia. We can forget about the ‘76 DeVille.

Jun 8
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Love this channel. Been a subscriber for about 6 months now. So cathartic and enjoyable at the same time.

Jun 3
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This is a great way to show how an Indian company can bring back a dying brand. With the recent purchase of Norton by an India-based company, I can’t wait to see what they do and I REALLY REALLY hope they’re successful, like RE has been coming back to the market here in the US.

Mar 31
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May your future bring you many more servants and personal submarines.

Mar 23
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Not a car but a motorcycle. 1970 Ducati 750 Supersport. I’m not a big cafe racer fan but the lines are just so pretty.

Mar 19
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I didn’t know it was a mid-century modern chair. Furniture is not an interest of mine.

Mar 18
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Not sure if it makes sense, but what about setting up beds in schools that are closed? Obviously they’d need to be disinfected prior to resuming school but those are lots of buildings currently closed with lots of space inside for beds.

Mar 17
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18Hp? I think my daughter’s Little Tikes foot-powered car can outpace that. Pretty cool bit of history though!

Mar 17
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4th: Bring on the failure of ethanol! That stuff sucks to use in all my small engines all the way up to my motorcycles. Going out of my way to the station that sells ethanol-free is a real PITA.

Mar 13
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Fewer fires but the gremlins do love their British wiring harnesses and components.