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Bike of the Month / Re: June 2019 Bike of the Month
« Last post by EV on June 08, 2019, 01:09:54 PM »
Thanks Mike and Malm for picking my 84 for BOTM  and thanks to all the rest of you guys for the kind comments. :beer:
 
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Bike of the Month / Re: June 2019 Bike of the Month
« Last post by OnionDumper on June 08, 2019, 11:28:34 AM »
 Beautiful 65 very nice congrats... :thumb
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Bike of the Month / Re: June 2019 Bike of the Month
« Last post by Malm on June 08, 2019, 02:39:12 AM »
 ;D Well, this one was obvious.... What a beauty.  :thumb
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Bike of the Month / Re: June 2019 Bike of the Month
« Last post by Stretch on June 07, 2019, 10:46:12 PM »
Well deserved! She is a beauty in person too.

Congratulations EV!
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Bike of the Month / Re: June 2019 Bike of the Month
« Last post by leebee on June 07, 2019, 09:06:10 PM »
The picture doesn't do it justice...

Very nice EV.

Lee B
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Bike of the Month / June 2019 Bike of the Month
« Last post by FromMaine on June 07, 2019, 08:54:57 PM »
I really enjoy it when I can actually see a bike in person before it becomes BOTM. To be able to walk around and notice the detail of what the owner did to bring it to this condition is a privilege, as is the opportunity to talk with them about their bike. The talk never wanders to how much they think they can get for it, because the conversation is about how long and hard it was to collect the parts needed and the hours needed to put the bike on the road in this condition. This bike could be sitting in a museum, its that striking, but the owner rode it to SGT. I tip my hat to him and every true V4 enthusiast whom I have met over the years.

So, I guess Malm is now picking BOTM  :lol: I'll have to have a word with him, but its tough to disagree with his call.

Congratulations EV, your 84 V65 Magna, in museum quality finish, is now June 2019's BOTM.


A link to the post and Malm's easy call  :beer:

http://v4hondabbs.com/index.php?topic=70605.0



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Billy's Place / Re: Cardiac artery problems...
« Last post by EV on June 05, 2019, 08:29:41 AM »
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Billy's Place / Re: Cardiac artery problems...
« Last post by NormanB on May 30, 2019, 10:43:53 AM »
Great news Billy!!  Keep at it for sure.
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Billy's Place / Re: Cardiac artery problems...
« Last post by Billy C on May 16, 2019, 03:02:54 PM »
  I am 14 months tobacco free. I still am tempted every few weeks but now I have one more good reason not to give in.
  I have changed my diet a lot, very low sugar as my glucose has been high. Now I am going to watch my fat intake. Fargin' rabbit food I guess is my future. Been hitting the gym. Lost weight. My blood work is looking good. There is a strong family history for all that ails me and changing lifestyles a6 62 after 50 yrs of throwing garbage down my neck... earns one a sten in my particular case.
  I thing we all have those moments of clarity when we see that we need change. Either we act on it or we go mehh, and keep on doing what we do. At 38 I saw alcohol owned me and quit drinking. At 62 I saw myself in profile view in a mirror and though My God I am pregnant. Just started collecting Soc Sec and it seemed like a good time to pretend I was old and start taking better care of myself. I know a few of y'all are in need of some health changes. See ya at the gym? Dana has been doing diet/exercise and is part of what got me going. She has dumped a lot of weight. She is looking very good.  ;D
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Billy's Place / Re: Cardiac artery problems...
« Last post by klopperg on May 16, 2019, 03:52:47 AM »
Glad you are fine for now,

maybe time to look at nasty habits, like smoking, fatty food etc.  :pope:
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