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    The man with the plan  The First 100 TX Wide Glide's Avatar
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    So THAT'S what Santa's firetruck looks like!
    I use to have an old Kawasaki KZ 1000 P-4 (Police Special) that my wife and I would set up in tha' front yard with lights all over it. That was back before life grabbed us both by tha' cajones and twisted... I miss that... =)
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    We bought our home at the end of 2008 and still had stuff in Boxes during that christmas. Last christmas I was deployed, so my wife did not put light up. This was the first year we got to put some lights up and it is not as grand as I remember when I was a kid, but at least we are not the grinch family this year.

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    "Grinch family" LOL! =) I can relate...
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    awww KZ 1000 police model i had a 2001 it was the runningest SOB ever.
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    Dino, I'm with ya', man! I've ridden lots of different motorcycles over tha' years, but the Kawi ranks up there as one of the "funnest" bikes I've ridden. =) I read where Kawi is gonna' start makin' cop bikes again out of the Kawi Concourse 14. The Concourse is a good runner, too.

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    wow squirts, that is a big bike and i see it is shaft driven too, bet it will get it. i want the new kawasaki vaquero 1700

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    Senior Member Tom Clark's Avatar
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    I hadn't heard of the "Vaquero" model. Nice lookin' ride, there. I sold a mid '80's Vulcan 88 for a friend of mine years back and that critter was a runner, too. It was the first bike I had ridden which had a hydraulic clutch... Didn't like that hydraulic shit at all... Not enough "feel" at tha' bar, but that bike could shit ' git and had decent looks for tha' day.
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