Bought my girl some top shelf stuff today.93 octane no ethanol gas.
Do you have any photos you would care to share of your axles or current state of your Crossbow ?I love mine, had it new. Sorry not to bring any bad luck but I had axle issues and I've been trying to get axles built for almost 10 months . I've shipped them to several places, now there in North Carolina hoping they can build them. If anyone has had experience getting the axles done could you please send me in a direction , I would surely appreciate it. And by the way I'm not ever planning getting rid of mine if I can get it back together, you'll enjoy it that much!!!! Thanks...
No worries that's just drilled to let the beers melted ice out. :angel4:Hmmm ?? Pretty afternoon so out to the shelter (Palace of Victory) and started my two and let em run fer a bit. Did some forensic on the yet unnamed unicorn. I saw this out in Texas but didn't care. Both rear compartments show water and dirt/dust invasion. Both have been drilled to let water out. More investigation required. View attachment 591493
I so agree about the 70s to early 80s being a different time, actually a wonderful time. The things we use to do and the police never bothered us, because we were not causing harm.A very good friend, high school buddy went out and bought a 74/75 H-D Superglide and we put beers in his hard bags and drilled weep holes. Dripping at the traffic lights and the cops never pulled us because of it. The 70's into the early 80's was a different time and a different place than today. I have memory loss on 72 to 80 but I smile when I drift back that way.
Back to the rolling beer cart, it was an AMF bike and he never sanded that off and good thing. The local dealer traded him even for it about 5 years ago with a brand new Electraglide. He put that AMF bike in his collection. It still has weep holes.
I was going to say, Traveller was R E Lee's horse for the Civil War duration and many a statue of them together. Hope your new steed treats you as well through all your journeys.And Chris Stapleton's album but most importantly it's a historical name. Robert E. Lee's horse was named Traveller.
The Robert E. Lee's horse is also for my buddy Rainman.