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Great Photo of HD dealership

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Post by Scrap » Mon Jan 14, 2013 5:47 am

Just wanted to share this group photo circa 1925
Enlarge it and scroll over the faces and the "riding apparel"
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Re: Great Photo of HD dealership

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Post by oleblu72 » Mon Jan 14, 2013 9:19 pm

Pretty cool picture Scrap. I see old photos like that and I start to wonder about the people in the photo, like who were they what did they accomplish in life. The ones that were unlucky enough to be in the big one WW II
who made it back who didn't is there any hero's in the bunch? But I guess anyone that has to put their life on the line & go to war is a hero, thanks for the pic Scrap.

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Re: Great Photo of HD dealership

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Post by Scrap » Mon Jan 14, 2013 11:02 pm

oleblu72 wrote:Pretty cool picture Scrap. I see old photos like that and I start to wonder about the people in the photo, like who were they what did they accomplish in life. The ones that were unlucky enough to be in the big one WW II
who made it back who didn't is there any hero's in the bunch? But I guess anyone that has to put their life on the line & go to war is a hero, thanks for the pic Scrap.

Mark
Did you see the "Jarhead" in the third row, 6th from the right, with a smirk on his face? He should have been in a movie. Probably saw action in the Pacific, lets hope he made it back and enjoyed his "48" Pan after the War.

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Re: Great Photo of HD dealership

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Post by oleblu72 » Wed Jan 16, 2013 12:06 am

Yes I did Scrap you're right lets hope he made it back. Boy there sure are some mugs in that picture.

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