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Newest member of the fleet

Newest member of the fleet

OK, 3 bikes isn't really a "fleet", but this one is the newest (even though it's also the oldest, a 2001). Honda Shadow Sabre 1100.. low miles, and I just couldn't refuse.  After all, I didn't HAVE an 1100... so now I've got the Shadow Aero 750 (my commuter; daily rider), my VTX 1300 (my baby), and now the 1100, right in the middle!  I'll get a group shot done soon, I hope. This has custom forward controls; great for my long legs, super comfortable riding position. YIAH!
Let the customizing begin!  

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Awesome mate, I have a 95 VT1100 ACE stablemate for my VTX's. They are fun bikes!

Nice! Hildr's garage mate is an '03 Shadow 1100. Virtually the same motor as the Sabre...easy to work on and very reliable. Good bikes!

Well done Alex ... one can never have enough bikes! Hope you are well!

A nice new member Alex.

Congratulations on your latest edition

hi my bike is a 2018 sports glide and l would love to put a hoppe or a reckless faring with audio on it .they have no made to fit my bike yet they have made them to fit softails and touringmodels.the fairing will most likely clear the headlight it my partner is a fitter and turner by trade and has the ability to make the brackets is there's anybody know if its possible would appreciate any help

That is nice looking Honda. Have fun get it all dolled up the way you like. Ride it often.

Sweet looking ride Alex. I like the front fairing.

So is this one for Jessica?

That's a slick looking Sabre. The one that my brother has is a 2002 and he loves it as much as his VTX1300R. Does it have aftermarket pipes?

Val: no, she is still content to ride pillion.... and TG, the pipes are stock (right now).... we'll see what the future holds...

Alex, I revisited your profile photo with your VTX and the Gruman Cheetah or Tiger. I had a chance to buy a Gruman Cheetah back in the spring of 1982 for only $10k. If only I knew then what I know now. The airplane was in Cordele, GA where I did most of my flight training. That same airplane would be worth between $30k and $40k today.

Top gun your Hind sight is good as mine. If I only knew I would have had lots more cool stuff now. OH well I get to remember it now.. Happy New year ans a Very Merry Christmas to YOU ALL..

Yes, I also think back on the cars my family had when I was growing up; a Baracuda convertible, 66 Mustang, a 70 GTO convertible... if only....

Alex and Wayne, we all started driving in the so called 'Muscle Car Era'. My first car at age 17 was a 1969 Plymouth Roadrunner, got it in the spring of 1971 for just over $1,700. I traded the Roadrunner title for title for a 1970 Honda CB750 by the end of 1971. Then in January 1972, I got my second car, a 1970 Chevelle SS 454 with 14k miles for only $1,950. Those were the days when a full tank of gas only costs $5.00. Smiley-laughing

Nice collection of vehicles you had Will. Not sure which of the Roadrunner or Chevelle 454 would be the most valuable today but both are very desirable. If the CB 750 was a sandcast KO series, it would fetch about AU$25K in Aus today.

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