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    Quote Originally Posted by Darryl View Post
    Ah Ha, I know that one!

    1927 Bohmerland
    Albin Liebisch designed these very unconventional machines, most of which all shared the same 598cc ohv Liebisch engine - the exception being a lone two-stroke built in 1938 just before production ceased following the onset of war. With such unusual features as cast alloy wheels and, on some models, three seats and two fuel tanks, the marque features strongly in the history of motorcycling.
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    Don't know, but I'd bet this is French...
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    In or near Chilhowie, VA - 2004. I spoke to the owner, and he does ride this machine.
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    This must be some kind of American icon.
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    Nice shovel head.

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    Ok, another V-twin "chopper?"

    Guzzi by another name is still a Guzzi.
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    Who needed a light?

    Smoke & mirrors!
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    Confederate Wraith....

    Here is a funky, futuristic "Transformer-like" bike I saw in a shop recently - - The Confederate Wraith - - and not cheap, either - about $100,000!!

    Looks unfinished...and uncomfortable also....

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    Guzzi-Mania...

    Quote Originally Posted by toooldtocare View Post
    Guzzi by another name is still a Guzzi.
    That poor green Guzzi is tragic...on so many levels. Imagine showing up at a rally or bike night on that beauty? Certainly would inspire a lot of comments and conversation!

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    Flat-head Mania...

    A big slice of fresh, hot, Apple Pie for the person who can correctly identify this classic beauty! - - including the fresh oil spots marking its territory!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JOHNCERIILLI View Post
    A big slice of fresh, hot, Apple Pie for the person who can correctly identify this classic beauty! - - including the fresh oil spots marking its territory!
    Chang Jiang?

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    Bingo!! - cj-750

    Correct response by fellow Motorsport rider toooldtocare! Well done!

    Yes, that is indeed a vintage (25+ years or older) Chang-Jiang (CJ)-750 That old tractor was parked there <10 minutes before it started "spotting" oil!

    The owner told me he has ridden this hard for >10 years...and it is actually quite reliable....despite it's dripping and haggard appearance!

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    My neighbor has one. Got it when he lived in China. He rides it often.

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