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This was an estate sale score a couple of weeks ago. An '81 supergoose with lots of nice parts on it. I've been wanting a mongoose for over 40 years and finally have one. I was saving my money when I was about 12 years old, I used to visit the mongeese at my local bike shop in Niles, Michigan. I had the money saved after the summer of '82 but when I saw ET at the theater, I had to have a Kuwahara, so I bought a KZ1 and rode it till it broke.
I finally took the trip to Ohio to pick up the cruiser I bought on DOND a couple months ago. Since we are both retired now, my wife and I drove up there on a Tuesday and made a mini vacation out of it, staying in Cleveland, we had a great time with great weather. I ended up with the second cruiser still in the box. I'll probably let loose of that one, maybe I will take it to a show later in the year. I may be going to Pittsburg, then Kratefest and maybe Memory lane. I'll be sure to describe it better. I am very pleased with the bikes.
Here are some fun things I've acquired this summer. One I stole from Flyod on his trip to visit me... haha.
One is my new baby, a 2019 certified used Rav4.
Kia maaaaay have gone up in smoke on the way home from my thesis defense... the day I was supposed to start my road trip to LA to live there for the summer.
So those plans got canceled. But I'm atleast glad she did it a mile from my house and not in some national park.
Picked up a 1942 Hawthorne on Craigslist the other day. All original, down to the batteries. Only exception being grips, rear carrier added to relocate the tail light & add carrying capacity, right Torrington men's pedal. Wire & switch for brake light is there. 😉 👍
Whoever added the carrier took great care to find an aftermarket rack that had holes that lined up with the taillight pod & soldered little clips to hold the wire.😎