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Jim
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Birthday:
Sep 28, 1954 (Age: 65)
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Kansas City Mo.
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Ret. Air Force, mechanic and teacher. Phew..

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Jim

Beyond the edge, is the unknown. Here be Dragons, 65, from Kansas City Mo.

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    1. billy icon
      billy icon
      hey Jim your avatar had had me curious since day one, looks like a photo from the Korean war erea, is that you , and how long ago/ old where you?
    2. LiveSlowDieWhenever
      LiveSlowDieWhenever
      Hey Jim, just wanted to personally apologize for falling off the face of the earth. Im back to work on the bike again, and look forward to your insight on whatever comes next on this basket case. Cheers
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    Birthday:
    Sep 28, 1954 (Age: 65)
    Location:
    Kansas City Mo.
    Occupation:
    Ret. Air Force, mechanic and teacher. Phew..
    Motorcycles:
    Currently 1970 XS1 and 1980 XS650SG
    Previously... literally dozens of Japanese and British bikes.
    First bike I owned was a Honda 50. Bought it in 1968 when I was 14 yrs. old. Cost me twenty bucks and came in 4 cardboard boxes. Rode it for two years after I got it back together. I learned a lot from that bike. Over the years I've owned more bikes than I can remember. I actually owned 19 at one time back in the late seventies. Current bikes are the third and fourth XS650's
    Lifetime aircraft mechanic. Have also worked at a Kawasaki and Triumph dealerships.

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    Jim Dent.
    To paraphrase Will Rogers... "When I die, I don't want to go to heaven, I want to go where the dogs go."
    1980SG restoration.... wait for it....
    Enough bits and pieces to build a Speed Twin tribute bike and a side hack. :whistle: ....and we're off and running.... walking... OK, crawlin'.

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