2022 HERITAGE PACKAGE (Everything it will most likely Include)

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Probably never wears jeans...then a beach day was like I'll wear shorts!! ??
I figured that whomever did the render overlooked Archie's legs. But then again, there was another poster in another thread that was showing off his Iowa tattoo. And I was thinking, why is this guy showing that he has missed leg day for the past 20 years?


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Or the previous gen Concours

Edit - great bike btw
 

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Old school can be fun. My ’88 911 offers an analog driving experience, no power steering, no abs, traction control, etc... You are in control, a master of your own destiny. That said my STI will run circles around the Porsche. Both are just as fun as they are different.

My dad asked me if I could ship his 1959 Fairlane Galaxy 500 down to Florida from Connecticut. Sure no problem. Hooked up the battery, fired right up, idle settled down, and I was on my way to meet the car carrier. That old 4 barrel, V8, does a good job moving 2 tons of steel down the road. I was enjoying the nostalgia of what it must have been like back in the day. Until I reached the S curve a 90 left followed by a 90 right and I hit the brake to slow down. Nothing, I pushed harder, foot nearly touching the floor board. Finally slowed enough to wallow the though the turn. Drove much more carefully the rest of the way, braking early and often. Dad took my advise and did a disc brake conversion to make driving more enjoyable and safe down in Fla. Old school can be cool, but modern conveniences can be nice.

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I love this color! Cool car!
 

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It really needs white fenders and wheels. Fortunately, those are pretty easy to do with some vinyl wrap and some white fifteen52 Analog HDs. That, plus Yellowstone paint, will be tremendous.

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