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Discussion in 'Other Genres' started by Herman, Jul 20, 2010.
NSU, built 1949, 241 cc, 4 stroke, 1 cylinder, 8kW / 10 HP.
More shots soon.
Thanks for the glimpse of such a rare bike.
still with E-3 and 14-150, but it's a motorcycle nevertheless:
NSU shot #4
Where is BillN? Bill, I know you're out there probably changing the EXIF data but we don't care if it's not with a :43: camera.
Nice subject for a thread, Herman.
only in France would you find a Johnny Halliday themed bike
Born to be Mild indeed
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not a e-p1 shot - E-510
casually parked in Beverly Hills....where else
also do scooters count? I have a thing for Vespas
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They count for me. Herman is quite open minded and inclusive, too.
I love Vespas!!
You just HAD to get in that photo didn't ya? (Kevin reflected in the mirror of the Johnny Halliday themed bike)
I really liked the photo.
NSU shot #5
who are you talking to bokeh D ?
Still E-3 and 14-150
Not taken with my G1, just my old Sony Mavica CD500.
definitely not an easy rider
Ricky, that is some serious weather approaching! Love your license plate - and your photos. OK, I was talking about those photos with that SONY on the other page but what the heck is that big piece of metal next to you house - a jet engine that fell from the sky??
Kevin, very nice motorized cycles.
Not mine, unfortunately, just playing around with the GH1 and a 13/1.5 Canon c-mount lens.
I took the pic of the VRod next to that engine just for scale. It's a radial engine out of a big bomber, not sure if it's out of a B-29. The house is the Chennault Aviation Museum in Monroe Louisiana.
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