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  1. It will suck if he's lost the fire. I pegged him to win a few this year.
  2. Supercross

    I can't say that I blame him, but it makes me a little sad to think that he won't be on the gate. I've been watching him since he rode the 125 class. I'm going to drag out all the old VHS tapes and watch him start his career again. BTW, don't feel too bad for him. He'll have more time to spend with his wife & kids now, and that can't be a bad thing.
  3. Supercross

    I bumped into her on the way out of the ATL SX last year. She looks great in person. Of course, it makes a difference that I am tall enough to ride that ride.
  4. '09 WR250F - the day I picked it up. Perfect choice for an old man who rides around in first gear.
  5. Score!
  6. Supercross

    Sweet. Anybody else of note that's doing SX?
  7. I'm out of the Lites loop this year, and don't know who the new riders are in the class. Who are the 2013 rookies?
  8. Supercross

    Parking at the Dome can be a zoo. I usually get a room at the Omni and walk over. If you get there early Saturday, you can get a pretty choice spot for $20. Can't remember how much the deck parking costs, but it's probably your best bet.
  9. Shoot me a PM if you need some links to parts sources.
  10. Thanks! I've done around 20 of them, but only 5 or 6 were really done well. I sold that yellow one for $2200. Did this '73 and this blue '71 also. The blue '71 was a semi-custom resto with the wrong rear fender, wrong paint scheme, and 75cc big bore with an xr70 carb. Had an absolute blast with it after I spent an entire winter restoring it.
  11. Post some pics if you've restored any of the old Hondas. I've done a few - including this '71:
  12. Those guys go all out on their restorations. I gave a couple of them the once-over at the Barber Vintage Festival. They're worth the crazy money they're asking. I recently found out that my uncle has my old SL100 that I rode 35+ years ago. I might try to talk him out of it so I can restore it.
  13. Step one: Put it in the back of your pickup. Step two: Drive the pickup really fast.
  14. And the sound! Holy crap they sounded great.