d11gnccer
:D Call it a midlife crisis.

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Namvet34
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Not a bad crisis to have to deal with!;)

Regards,

Gene

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John R
Very nice!!!
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UPS
But now there are the tough decisions - do I take a spin in the Mustang?, or on the Duke.....

And the bike's orange seems very familiar - a popular color with a certain generator company?
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Canada_Guy
You can't take it with you, and we never know when our expiration date is, so enjoy while you can.

I never liked any of the Mustangs since the mid/late 60's, but they nailed it with the current versions. Looks great and a great colour.
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hoghead
Is that a Generac Bike
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d11gnccer
The choice is always easy as to which one gets to play on a sunny day. Bike guys brag about the most miles ridden while the car guys seem to brag about how little they drive.

Finally got tired of messing with my 99 Ford ranger I had driven for 10 years since 2005. Never pictured myself buying a red vehicle or a mustang for that matter but the sun was gleaming off it just right when I seen it on the lot during a bike ride. Went home and caught the girlfriend in a weird mood. She didn't talk me out of it and the salesman dated my babysitter at church camp two years in a row. Found that to be too odd as the dealership I bought it at was 70 miles from the two traffic light-small town I grew up in.

Oh... the comment about it being a Generac bike. I have that covered on the dirt side. [B]NOTICE[/B] the lower fork covers. :)
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Hodgy
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Nice bike, ride it like you stole it !


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