• 43 years later. (1975-2018) ????

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    43 years later. (1975-2018) ???? ???? Motorcycles(reddit)
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  • Unbelievably beautifully restored, this 1942 WLA military bike looks like it just rolled off the production line 71 years later. Virginia seller says, "Harley-Davidson WLA WW2 military motorcycle. Brand New Engine. Has only 33 miles. Siren. leather scabbard. saddlebags. 45 degree V twin. 25 horsepower." If you were looking for a war bike, this could be the one of the best. - Buck Manning

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    Unbelievably beautifully restored, this 1942 WLA military bike looks like it just rolled off the production line 71 years later. Virginia seller says, "Harley-Davidson WLA WW2 military motorcycle. Brand New Engine. Has only 33 miles. Siren. leather scabbard. saddlebags. 45 degree V twin. 25 horsepower." If you were looking for a war bike, this could be the one of the best. - Buck Manning #Motorcycles #BarnettHarley #ElPasoTx #BarnettsMagazine #NeverEndingCustomBikeShow #HarleyDavidson #Harleys #UsedHarleyParts #TakeOffHarleyParts We buy motorcycles, All Brands! Upload photos & description on our website for high wholesale bid.
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  • While I was driving the streets of Luanda (Angola) first I thought I mispread. I am surprised how famous Kawasaki produced this model with three wheels.
    And then I zoomed in the photo and read correctly. Keweseki.
    So I looked at the explanation on the internet ...
    In March 2022, the factory of these small motors Keweseki was opened in Angola, a factory with the capacity to assemble more than 11,000 Keweseki motorcycles a year. Such vehicles are a favorite type of transportation of Luanda. They are small, they do not spend a lot of fuel and are not expensive ..
    While I was driving the streets of Luanda (Angola) first I thought I mispread. I am surprised how famous Kawasaki produced this model with three wheels. And then I zoomed in the photo and read correctly. Keweseki. So I looked at the explanation on the internet ... In March 2022, the factory of these small motors Keweseki was opened in Angola, a factory with the capacity to assemble more than 11,000 Keweseki motorcycles a year. Such vehicles are a favorite type of transportation of Luanda. They are small, they do not spend a lot of fuel and are not expensive ..
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  • This would be an awesome photo, if not for the motorcycles in the front.????
    But still a relaxing place to be.
    This would be an awesome photo, if not for the motorcycles in the front.???? But still a relaxing place to be.
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  • an afternoon full of emotion and remember memories of some time ago... who likes motorcycles out there?? ????

    an afternoon full of emotion and remember memories of some time ago... who likes motorcycles out there?? ????
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  • hello somee, first post to introduce myself. It's me: Sven from germany, kid of the 80's, hobby cook ????‍???? and very proud dad of son ???? ( #smartdad ) with a passion for old motorcycles and good design. Because "Fulltime Multitasking Marketing Ninja" is not an official job title, i bear the title Head of Marketing at smenso - a german software company that has created the most awesome project & work management platform. I'm happy to be here ???? Best wishes from germany ????????
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    hello somee, first post to introduce myself. It's me: Sven from germany, kid of the 80's, hobby cook ????‍???? and very proud dad of son ???? ( #smartdad ) with a passion for old motorcycles and good design. Because "Fulltime Multitasking Marketing Ninja" is not an official job title, i bear the title Head of Marketing at smenso - a german software company that has created the most awesome project & work management platform. I'm happy to be here ???? Best wishes from germany ???????? Love Sven ???????? thanx @[[20818][user]] and @[[16606][user]] for helping to start ????
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  • Today I am working in Huskvarna, you might recognize it by the images and not by its name, but it goes something like this: In the late 1600’s, the wars that raged across Europe resulted in an increase in Sweden’s weapons production. Hydropower was required in the manufacturing process, so in 1689, a drilling works was established beside the water falls in Huskvarna, southern Sweden (at that time spelled Husqvarna), where many products are still produced today.
    As the need for weapons declined, the company saw an opportunity to branch out by applying the precision engineering skills achieved from producing weapons, to a whole new set of other products ranging from sewing machines, hunting weapons, wood stoves, mincing machines, bicycles, motorcycles, gas stoves, microwave ovens and much more.
    Today I am working in Huskvarna, you might recognize it by the images and not by its name, but it goes something like this: In the late 1600’s, the wars that raged across Europe resulted in an increase in Sweden’s weapons production. Hydropower was required in the manufacturing process, so in 1689, a drilling works was established beside the water falls in Huskvarna, southern Sweden (at that time spelled Husqvarna), where many products are still produced today. As the need for weapons declined, the company saw an opportunity to branch out by applying the precision engineering skills achieved from producing weapons, to a whole new set of other products ranging from sewing machines, hunting weapons, wood stoves, mincing machines, bicycles, motorcycles, gas stoves, microwave ovens and much more.
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