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Maytag Motor Bike as seen at Coolspring Fall

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Old 10-17-2008, 08:45:08 PM
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This was on display at Coolspring Fall swap meet.
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Wow Harry!!!!

Thanks for sharing, thanks for posting!
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I've seen a picture of this before. That thing rocks!!! Thanks for sharing
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Default Re: Maytag Motor Bike as seen at Coolspring Fall

Looks very familiar for some reason! Would be interesting to mount a Twin cyl 72 sideways and have a Maytag Beemer..
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That starter couldn't possibly get any cooler!
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i might tri to build one ,that is pretty kool looking, i wonder how they did the engagment on the other side, i just about can imagine, like a rider on the blade belt and spring, i bet you could go to town and back on a tank of gas, and still have some,
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As a motorized bicycle lover and enthusiast- I LOVE IT!!!
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