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Old, one wheel off the ground. (surprised this one stayed this long)

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Your bike being washed by a gal in a bikini
Your bike at a garage sale
Your bike and an address with a street number equal to your engine displacement
Your bike at a bar
Your bike in front of a "forlorn-looking" basketball hoop
Your bike in front of a yard/property totally overflowing with stuff
Your bike next to a War Bird (Any WWII area war plane)
 

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Old: your bike in front of a yard overflowing with stuff. You can't see a lot of the stuff on either side

New: your bike next to the same model and color bike as yours
 

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gonna be next to impossible for me. G161 is a 6 month run on only 2000 VFRs. :D
 

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Dunno if this counts for the war plane one. She's old, that's for sure. Not WW2 though. . . Gonna be tough to find something of that vintage until about August.


And the B-Ball nets. not 1, not 2, but 4 at my former elementary school (where I used to get my ass kicked every 2nd day, hehe).



There were some very odd looks as I pulled my bike around the school to get in there. :D

As for new challenges, I'll edit those in once I copy/paste the list.

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Your bike being washed by a gal in a bikini
Your bike at a garage sale
Your bike and an address with a street number equal to your engine displacement
Your bike on a group ride
Your bike at your favourite service garage
Your bike next to a bike of the same model, and colour
Your bike next to a tank or old school artillery cannon
 

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being it's in Canada, I kinda doubt it's French of origin. :D

It's a USAF Lockheed P-80 Shooting Star, Called the F80 during the Korean war. It was designed for the mid 40s. But by the time it was in service WW2 had ended. They saw service in the Korean war, flown by a number of RCAF pilots on loan to the US, since we didn't have anything in our lineup much like it.

It was replaced quite rapidly by the F86 Sabre, since the MiG 15 pwn't it pretty hard.

I admit, I saw the thing a while back and wiki'd it. ;)
 

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0.o

The closer designation would be "Canada is basically England anyway"
I mean, you'd still be wrong, but at least it'd be a more accepted version of wrong.
I encourage you to google "Canadian flag" some time.
Then look at the tail section.

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I understand thats a Royal Mounted Canadian Air Force flying thingie, eh. But its stamped with a French Bullseye on it.

Yah hoser! lol


My Grandmother was born in Canada. She was a British subject. My step-dad was born someone up by Niagara Falls and had dual citizenship in France.
 

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Old: Your bike next to a tank or old school artillery cannon.

Does this little guy count? There's a huge canon from the revolution a few miles away from this but it's hard to get my bike next to, legally anyway.





New: Your bike next to, or in an auto scrap yard.

edit: Updated list
Your bike being washed by a gal in a bikini
Your bike at a garage sale
Your bike and an address with a street number equal to your engine displacement
Your bike on a group ride
Your bike at your favourite service garage
Your bike next to a bike of the same model, and colour
Your bike next to, or in an auto scrap yard.


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