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Offline mjptexas

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Really nice 1973 Eldorado at a new motorcycle museum
« on: March 19, 2018, 09:35:09 AM »
This place recently opened, located just west of Burnet, Texas:




Only one Moto Guzzi, but it was the nicest Eldorado I've ever seen:



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I wasn't expecting a lot when I stopped here, but I was pleasantly surprised.  Mostly post-war bikes, with a lot of nicely restored off-road bikes.  Most of the bikes are '60s-70s vintage so it was a bit like a trip back to my early riding days.  They had five bikes that I'd owned decades ago.  Some interesting vignettes, lots of old pictures and narratives.  Definitely worth a visit next time any of you are in the Texas Hill Country.  Here's a few more pictures:









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