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Vintage229 last won the day on October 12 2012

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    Ottawa, Ontario
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    Frig'n Indians. Why else would I be here?

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    Unfortunately nothing at the moment.
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    Ashburn, VA
  1. STU! Congrats on your future retirement. Marcia and I still plan to retire down your way (SML) but she still has a few years to go. Do the things you enjoy doing and retirement will be a joy. Best of luck to you on the transition.
  2. I suspect there are names of foreign persons who are still alive that were working with the U.S. government as part of the investigation (or other activities) so they need to be protected. I would bet that is where most of the redactions will occur.
  3. It could be hitting some heavy resistance at the $127 and $132 price. I'm not sure it will make it back up to $150 anytime soon without going through a pullback first. There are multiple "hits" at both of those price levels. The more hits, wether it be support or resistance, the stronger that line becomes. Many of the indictors are overextended so they will need to unwind before the next big push up. Weekly Chart: http://stockcharts.com/h-sc/ui?s=PII&p=W&yr=4&mn=6&dy=0&id=p83881287001&a=552733626 From looking at the daily chart I'd expect some profit t
  4. First time behind the wheel and you didn’t hit any icebergs. Good job.
  5. Kiiiiiimmmmmm...... It's been too long. And I won't be making the Blue Ridge Ride so I won't be seeing you this year. I've joined the retirement ranks like yourself and I have moved back to the homeland (Texas) to spend time with family. I'll be back up that way in a few years and we'll hit the twisties like in the old days.
  6. Never heard of this Micmac person. Ya'll are making a big fuss. She must be pretty. :-)
  7. For Harley to get approval to sell their brand in India the bikes had to be assembled in India to help create jobs. Parts are shipped then assembled in India for domestic sale only. Not for export. I'd bet Polaris had to agree to the same conditions as Harley if they wanted to tap that market.
  8. Me too. The last time I was out on the Chieftain was with you at the Blue Ridge Ride.
  9. 7,000? really? Maybe 7,000 accounts of which most are probably not active though that does not diminish that this is probably still the largest (and best) forum related to the Indian motorcycle brand. One fix to distinguish this site from the other(s) is to put on the banner.....establish 19?? and then list current member numbers.
  10. I always enjoy watching those Mike. Though, I can't quite figure out which of those clips are you.
  11. You have the Southern National Meet in Denton, SC (May 16th-18th)
  12. Sold it to a member on this forum ("John Clifford") last summer. The wife expressed an interest in riding with me on occasion (short trips) so I decided to move up to the Chieftain to make it more enjoyable for her. Between the '03, the '47 project bike, and a new Chieftain that would have taken up a lot of garage space so I'm back down to just one scoot.
  13. That is a pretty darn good museum for anyone passing through that area. A lot of the cars in there are actually loaners. I suspect Bob's Indian who is just down the road will be supplying a lot of the old irons.
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