Monday, February 26, 2007

Time for Show and Tell!

Today for Show and Tell Monday, I decided to show a picture of my Fathers motorcycle....And really all I know about it is it is a Harley Davidson and its very old! lol. It is in excellant condition, my Mother gave it to my brother after my Father passed away. My brother is a motorcycle fan, and he still rides it. I remember riding it with my Dad when I was in my 20's and now Im 58...so maybe that will give you a clue as to how old it is. My brother has had many offers from people wanting to buy it , but I dont think he would ever part with it.
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21 comments:

Bice said...

Wow! Now that's a classic bike. VERY cool.

Ol' Lady said...

Way Cool!!!

Ol' Lady said...

BTW...I stole your idea for show & tell...hope you don't mind :)

Carmen said...

And it may seem like I also stole your idea, buyt showing something that was left to me! But I swear I posted last night!
Really neat bike!

Michelle said...

I don't know anything about motorcycles, but it looks like it's in great shape!

Christine said...

That is so cool to have something of your father that has great memories for you, and that the motorcycle could be passed down to your brother. It is a very beautiful bike.A classic, like a '65 Mustang a collectors dream! I'm sure your brother or you wouldn't part with it! Thanks for sharing!

EZ said...

wow catch-very very nice!!

take care

Big Pissy said...

How cool! :)

Pendullum said...

A bike that has hundred of miles and endless dreams lived on the handle bars such a bike is indeed priceless and should never be sold...
These are the tihings of which dreams are made and lived through...

Pixie said...

NICE!

Kat said...

What a beautiful, classic bike. Looks like your brother takes very good care of it. Hey...come vote for me at Battle of the Blogs. The links on my latest post.

Remiman said...

Catch,
She's a beauty!
rel

Dr.John said...

I won't be offering him anything fot it npr do I want to ride it.

Tug said...

My dad had a '48 Harley...I'd never have believed it if I didn't see pictures.

Miss 1999 said...

That's a beautiful bike, and a classic! I don't blame you for not selling it! I wouldn't sell something that holds not only monetary value, but sentimental value as well *hugs*

bazza27 said...

I've never ridden a motorbike in my life, but if I got the chance I wouldn't mind having a cruise on this.Hey it might even make me look cool.

Lori's Minute said...

That is a cool memory to have of your dad. I like your show and tell idea.

:P fuzzbox said...

That's a damn sweet bike.

Nea said...

Motorcycles were a part of my life while growing up. To this day I still have my license to ride a motorcycle. I keep it updated, Just in case. haha

My Dad and motorcycles were forever linked, when he would come to visit, which wasn't often, he always rode a motorcycle. First an Indian, then a BMW, then a Harley, then a Honda and back to Harley. I got my first bike at 11.

Nea said...

Catch, one thing about a harley, they never lose their value, although I know that money isn't the issue here.

My brother has two Harley's and he can't ride two, but can't part with the old one....

Mimi said...

I am cool with a motorcycle ride. As long as the driver does not go over 20 miles an hour, well okay, 15. I am a scaredy cat on them things. No clue why.