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Dec 20, 2005 5:51 pm

Indy…my brother had a 305 dream. The 305 was one of Honda’s  “You meet the nicest people on a Honda” anti bad biker boy image bikes from the early mid 60’s. Great bike and worth some money! I had an 84 450 Night Hawk that I rode for a couple of years. Nice little bike. Since 1990 it’s been BMW touring bikes to eat up miles to satisfy my Ironbutt Association addiction ( with an occasional sport bike thrown in to keep Sunday mornings interesting.

Dec 20, 2005 9:43 pm


I'll second that motion...don't like unexpected visitors unless they lay down a fresh mil...then I'll tolerate them.  I try to make sure that I'm out calling a lot to try and keep the "droppers" guessing (as well as generate some new clients!).  Joe's my hero, too... toy at home is an '86 Honda Nighthawk S...fairly rare...only made by Honda 84-86 and was apparently ahead of it's time (didn't sell well).  It's almost completely restored and is ridden occasionally.  I saw this beautiful bike when I was in college but by the time I was out and could afford it, they were gone, so I've had a lot of fun putting this one back together and it rides like a dream...that reminds me, I also have a black 1966 Honda Dream 305...less than 12K original miles...rode that one in high school...ahhhhhh...the memories...


It's good to be the king.......

Dec 27, 2005 8:10 pm

I've worked at both.  Hunters do well at the wire-house.  Farmers do well at the bank.  Products are the same, operations differ.  Different strokes for different folks. 

Why beat the other guy up?  If you or your channel are better the client will decide.