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Re: question about Russia.
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Someone actualy made 6ix of those snow cars????!!!!!

Posted on: 2009/3/27 16:25
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Do the snow vehicles have a name or name of the company that made them ?????

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Guscha wrote:.......Mal,....... Do you remember your question related to the handle of the roof mounted spotlight of the Macauley Phantom?........

Gerd,

I'm getting old, but I do remember that.

Posted on: 2009/3/27 22:43
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1941 One-Twenty Club Coupe - SOLD

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You can drink and drive just not at the same time LOL.

Louisiana is the only place I know of that has drive thru bars. Laisez les bon temps roulez/\/. Let the good times roll/.

Posted on: 2009/8/3 16:32
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Louisiana is the only place I know of that has drive thru bars.


There was one in Topeka, Ks, when I lived there in 2000.

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The sidecar outfit to the back side of the Packard is a fairly modern (1970 or later) Russian made Ural. Not sure but i believe the sidecar out fit near the front of the packard is either a British Panther or a maybe a Vellocette ca 1937-1948. Note the LEFT hung hack.

Keith, the Ural even is available today. That is the webpage of one of its several dealers. 1970 or later is correct. Much later. It already has indicators! But the brand name isn't correct. The bike to the right of the lion is a M72 Molotov, the father of the Urals. Please compare its exhaust or the inverse brake and coupling lever. The grandfather is the BMW R71.

M-72 pic #1

M-72 pic #2

That is the original BMW R71.

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