Added another to the Stable


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speedy1
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Added another to the Stable

Post by speedy1 » Fri Apr 11, 2014 7:13 am



2 days a ago I bought a 2004 Goldwing 1800. So far I'm happy with the bike and now I'm sharing a pic with all of you.
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themainviking
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Re: Added another to the Stable

Post by themainviking » Fri Apr 11, 2014 7:28 am

Congratulations. I see lots of extra bling on it, so it was loved before you scored it.
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Re: Added another to the Stable

Post by speedy1 » Fri Apr 11, 2014 8:43 am



Yes you could say that. I had taken some of the bling off when I took the first pic, so it had more. I had watch the ad on the net for about a week and couldn't stand it anymore, so went to see the bike. And of course the rest is history as they say. Here are both my Wings. You know you have to have 2 wings to fly. :D

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Re: Added another to the Stable

Post by OnPapasWing » Fri Apr 11, 2014 11:14 am

How do you decide which of the three bikes to ride?

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Re: Added another to the Stable

Post by speedy1 » Fri Apr 11, 2014 12:43 pm

OnPapasWing wrote:How do you decide which of the three bikes to ride?
Well that is exactly what my wife said. I ride the Aero around town, but I do see a problem deciding which Wing to ride. Just think about it though.....What a problem to have. :roll:

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Post by OnPapasWing » Fri Apr 11, 2014 2:33 pm

No doubt. I have my recently purchased wing and a 2006 Shadow Aero but the Aero is up for sale. Maybe I should keep it. :)

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Re: Added another to the Stable

Post by Sidcar » Sat Apr 12, 2014 3:23 am

Nice bike. When you had chance to compare tell us which you prefer, the 1800 or the 1500, and why.
Can you have too many motorcycles?
In my feckless youth I had nine at one time and I don't remember that being too many. On the contrary given they were all old there would only be one or two working at any given moment so the greater the number the more chance of having something to ride.
If your wife questions the number of bikes you have turn the conversation round to handbags and shoes. As a rule of thumb I suggest One bike equals one handbag and a pair of shoes which in this house means I need at least another five bikes.

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