Monday, April 13, 2009

2 x (1943) H.D. Beauties


10 comments:

irondad said...

I just wanted you to know that I appreciate your blog. I've just done what I find myself doing more and more. Forgetting the world a while and enjoying the content!

Dr.John said...

You do like those bikes don't you.

Webster World said...

They are sharp!

IowaHarleyGirl (Stephanie) said...

Baron...you just love doing this to me don't you. LOL

:)

Baron's Life said...

Irondad...I enjoy your blog as well, just been overtaken with family problems of late...but now things are back to normal and will be visiting your place regular...You have a lot to and do contribute to this commun ity and we all appreciate it.. As for enjoying the content...couldn't agree more... you knock them daed guy...!
Stephanie...you are a darling and you keep on tempting me...how can I ever resist such charm, eloquence, beauty, wittiness and all...you got me wrapped round your little pinky girl...
Dr. John...I'm a maniac when it comes to two wheels and a handle bar.
Webster World...we are all waiting for you to come out of the closet and start a blog...

Peter (Worldman): said...

Of course they are beauties. They are from my year of birth.

subrosa said...

Now they're nearly as old as me Baron, but not quite :) I see Peter has claimed them though.

Indrani said...

Gorgeous machines! I just clicked to enlarge and see.

Baron's Life said...

Peter...yes iot was a very good year since it is the one in which God shared you with the World...wonderful year indeed my friend.
Subrosa...no such thing as old...heart's pumping, fingers are typing and the wine's flowing...what else do we need?
Indrani...thanks for the visit...they are nice machines as you say...and there are also some very beautiful made in India motorcycles I've seen they are all very fascinating wheels. Cheers

"Joker" said...

I love those old WLA's with the suicide shifters. I'd love to know what the owner was thinking though when he put those AVON tires on there - the raised white letters totally ruin the whole 'retro' look of the bike.