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  1. Jive-Bomber
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  2. Pinstriper40
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    Everything there is cool... EVERY THING! Just shows that a lot of us just like old stuff in general...
  3. Asphalt Outlaw Hero
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    That 36 has some serious history. I know the owner of that collection.The inside of some of those Airstreams is killer.
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    He has the neatest stuff around , show us the Levi's tractor/trailer from the 1939 world's fair if you have any pictures of it please !
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    The Jockey Journal front page hasn't been updated in like 3 months. Wouldn't mind seeing all this awesome vintage motorcycle stuff!!
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    Beautiful collection for sure. Love how everything is placed and displayed instead of shoved around. Looks like a museum.
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    More, more, more!!! As if the garage wasn't enough, I almost shit when I opened the barn with the Airstreams!
    Please, I don't think anyone will mind if you post the cycle stuff.
    Most of us are just addicted to wheels, gasoline and horsepower, POST 'EM!:D:D:D
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    the licens plate frame that has the chevy bowtie is from santa rosa, camanche chevrolet, i have a few of thim my chevys came from ther in 1964 and 1967
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    Bloody Hell its HEAVEN!

    Nick.
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    like a fat kid in a candy store
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    I've had the pleasure of getting to see his travel trailer and motorhome collection . It is truly incredible. Many 1 of 1 trailers and motorhomes. Stunning stuff. He sold me a little buggy that's a "woodie" that I cart my 3 year old around in. That Levi's Tractor Trailer used for display at the worlds fair is insane. How's the restoration on it coming along?
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    Love the John Delinger wanted poster. Very cool.
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    The Levi's trailer is getting the sheetmetal and chassis repaired, but of course the mini cowboy dolls in Levi's are long gone- I think he wants it to be a rolling motorcycle display, or something equally cool....

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    Only, 4 or 5 Airstreams? That collection is weak! :)
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    "Good taste in vintage antiquities, and the means to acquire them are a beautiful combination¬Ö"- J-B
    Gospel! Great post, thanks Jay.
    Well organised and well lit, not at all grungy!
    WANTED IN 5 STATES JOHN DILLINGER PUBLIC ENEMY NUMBER ONE!
    Coolest of cool.
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    Damn cool. "One of these days...." Maybe I'll win the lottery..
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    Being a collector of fine junk, i would put this on a on a list of must sees.
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    love the old toyz, old oil canz,and the trailers its all just cool !!
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    That Philco Television cabover is sick!
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    Great post.......lots of neat stuff to be seen in the background of the pix.


    Thanks,
    Chris
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    Awesome collection minus the creepy Pappy mannequin.
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    I got to check that out.. I love that stuff...............Thats really insane.

    avm
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    Werd. I was thinking about offering to do the JJ2 updats. I'm a decent writer, but anythings better than the attention we've been getting over there.
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    Nice stuff Thanks for the view. I'm going next door to see if the bike stuff is over there yet.
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    Great collection of stuff!
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    Wow, thanks for the post! Too cool!
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    Thats some cool as hell stuff for sure always a gas when Vince comes down to The January
    Turlock meet ,I look forward to what he brings down to sell, one year he had the most orig.
    sprint car with a fat photo album showing it's race carrer ,he also had a salemans sample about 1/4 or 1/6 scale of a Flying Merkel Race bike in it's orig. carrying case.He showed up at Good Guys in P-town one time with a awsome very large wood carved model of the Famouse Stuts Blackhawk Tommy Milton drove and was killed in.He comes up with the damdest stuff I have ever seen.Chris

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