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thaine
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thaine

Active Member, Male, from Duncan

thaine was last seen:
Oct 27, 2021
    1. Big_Baazzoo
      Big_Baazzoo
      You are right, the car and the bike look awesome together. It was great to meet you on Saturday, You are a really friendly guy, I'd ride with you any time [IMG]
      1. thaine
        thaine
        Thanks, It was nice meeting you in person also.
        Aug 18, 2014
    2. UK_Paul
      UK_Paul
    3. tjbierman
      tjbierman
      Thaine,
      Sorry, I sold my Victory and the windshield with it.

      Todd
      1. thaine
        thaine
        Thanks any how
        Sep 7, 2013
    4. Potty
      Potty
      Love that Pump Jack! Got a better picture?
      1. thaine
        thaine
        I do and I'll post some after AVR, I'm leaving in 2 hours-I hope!
        I'll get back to you next week, Did you see the pictures of my wife's 72' formula in my pictures? It's nice too.
        Gotta go
        Aug 15, 2013
      2. Potty
        Potty
        Friend of mine had a 77 blk with keystones on it with a 400. Bought it brand new out of the showroom as a senior in high school. If I remember that car was under $7K new. Sure don't make them like they used to.
        I found a 76 Lemans in the backyard of someone around here but he won't sell it. Told me it was he's kids car. Sentimental value I guess.
        Aug 21, 2013
      3. Potty
        Potty
        Yup check out your 72. Another nice car. Does your Grand Prix have the 455? Must be a 75 or 76. I always loved this car. Interior and exterior. And then came the trans am and everyone forgot about the grand prix.
        Aug 21, 2013
    5. wap527
      wap527
      Thaine, Sorry it took so long to reply.I went to my sons house and had him walk me threw forums.he also posted pictures for me .thanks Wayne.
    6. Redterv
      Redterv
      Yours is pretty sweet as well.
      1. thaine
        thaine
        Actually the pics are old, I did alot of tinkering with it over winter.
        ONe of these days I'll post new ones.But thanks for your kind words.
        Did you put the trunk on? Your bike is a cross country right,? I didn't think they came with trunk unless it was a tour.
        Jun 8, 2013
      2. Redterv
        Redterv
        I have the trunk and have had it on but I'm only gonna out it on for longer rides as I like the look without it.
        Jun 8, 2013
      3. Redterv
        Redterv
        I have the trunk and have had it on but I'm only gonna out it on for longer rides as I like the look without it. I ordered the trunk extra.
        Jun 8, 2013
    7. xcbuck07
      xcbuck07
      love the car man i used to have a 1976 cutlass thats what a 75
    8. notaharley
      notaharley
      Hi, Thaine. I figure you're a brother in the Lord. I wanted to encourage you to be careful not to give false hope in Jesus name. The Apostle Paul, Timothy, and his helper, Epaphroditus were not healed. You'll find that in the N.T. We live in a world cursed by sin, with satan running loose. My wife lost her first husband, who loved the Lord, despite many prayers and tears. Our theology, if correct, will fit into both the American life of relative ease, and with the folks in India who are being killed for their faith.
      You were correct-- always ask for His will. Our will is usually flawed. It takes a tremendous act of faith to ask for His Will and then be willing to accept whatever burden He may choose to have us bear. All the great men of the Bible lived hard lives of affliction, pain, and loss. But, that's what made their testimony so powerful!

      Always trust Jesus. He truly has our best in mind. Whatever burden we must bear, we do not bear alone, for He will never leave nor forsake us.

      Thanks for speaking up for the Lord!
    9. roadhammercuss
      roadhammercuss
      Hey Thaine..I finally got around to posting more pics of Hydrographic print....check out my postings
    10. roadhammercuss
      roadhammercuss
      Myself and a couple of buddies I'm partnered up with painted my Jackpot..along with grlfrnds sons little bike. We have a Hydrographic paint transfer shop..if u look close u can see skull graphic design print in indentations of the tank,along with the rear fender. I have a few pics on my phone I'll put on here of the process. I wanted to stay with the original Sunset Red but just wanted to give it a deeper tone.Base was a gold and after the skull prints were put on..6 candy red coats and 3 clear coats..we ended up with a very rich version of Ma Vics Sunset Red
    11. cjohnson
      cjohnson
      Thanks for the welcome. Love the Grand Prix - SWEEET. I have always been a Pontiac fan. Owned a 64 Grand Prix, 67 Firebird, 68 Lemans and 77 LeMans sport coupe.
      1. thaine
        thaine
        Another adict, also have 73 TA, 67 GTO, & 72 Formula and not enough time for them and my bikes. Going to start selling them off , but not the 73 GP my first car had since 14.
        Jan 3, 2013
    12. sig357
      sig357
      what year is that sweet grand Prix ? looks like a 76 to me
    13. RoBrown
      RoBrown
      Thine,
      Nice bike. I really like the pin stripe. This bike would look good with the Ness pull backs.
      Rob
    14. tzonoqua
      tzonoqua
      Hi Thaine, nice to hear from you. You caught me just as I am heading out to work. I LOVE the Fly Bars! I got them because of the high risers, all others did not come back or up enough, but the fact they look so hot is great too [IMG] I see everything on the dash just fine, it does not get in my way in the least. You will like them, they should be good for your height too because of the extra 8 inches they rise. I found the stocks had me leaning way forward, the Fly's brought me back to an upright position and extended my reach too, because they came back to me instead of leaning over to get to the stock bars. The difference was immediately noticeable. I worried when I was getting them put on, as I did not have another bike to try them on, but it was worth it. And did I mention they look HOT!?! They really suit the lines of the Vegas as it all has graceful swoops to it, once installed. Make sure you get some pretty grips to bling them up [IMG]
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      2. tzonoqua
        tzonoqua
        Merry Christmas to you too Thaine. I checked out your pic's, I had not seen them initially, but nice, nice car as well as bike! I used to have one too, but it was not all tricked like yours. Very, very nice. I bet it rumbles. I bought my flame grips before the bars too, it just seemed wrong to put them on the stock bars, they are so plain. I ended up with the Kuryakin Flames, but may have to change them out for a skinnier more shock absorbent set as I developed a good case of Carpal Tunnel in the clutch hand this year. Possibly because I have very small hands so was stretching to reach the cable too much, possibly the vibrations, possibly the fact that I rode from sunup to sundown daily despite my hand losing feeling, lol. I think it was more the latter. I will hate to give up the Flames, they look good. Thanx for calling me a sweetheart, made my day! Hey, have a Happy New Year, ride safe! ~Colleen~
        Dec 24, 2012
      3. tzonoqua
        tzonoqua
        BTW, you live in Duncan and I live about 20 miles from Duncan, BC, Canada.
        Dec 24, 2012
      4. tzonoqua
        tzonoqua
        Thaine, I also realized once I came back in here that I had not posted any pic's of my bike since having my Derby and Cam covers done. So I have updated some of the pic's. Check them out, they are kind of cool.
        Dec 24, 2012
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    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Duncan
    Type of Motorcycle Currently Riding:
    2010 Vision, 2006 victory vegas , 2009 suzuki DRZ400S
    YEARS RIDING:
    15+
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