From:Mark Hill e-mail:hillm@canton.edu
Subject:RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: Hi-Ho Silver Date:Sun Mar 3 22:10:19 2013
Response to:4624
I am not sure what Mike will want to do with the wheels he has options. Wish I was going to FL but not this time.

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Here's a couple additional pictures showing the stripe location on the fenders. Yes it had a silver frame and you can see some remaining silver paint on the rims. Mark, what do you think of silver rims with black spokes and hubs for the bike you're doing? On my way to the AMCA in Florida. Anyone else headed that way?

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That bike was the bike we looked at for stipe info and placement for painting the KL. It belongs to Drew Krafton is Awesome. I first looked at that bike in 99 at Davenport and could not believe my eyes. Indianapolis P.D. I wonder if they rode Hens because Maldwin worked in that town for Schebler Carburetor. Imagine a fleet of KL police bikes bearing down on you.

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Wow! post some more photos here of that beauty! I hate blue.

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I think there's at least 3 unless this is yours Juan. I spotted this one at the
Wauseon 2003 meet. Original police bike, all silver with red pinstriping. I have
several other pictures if anyone is interested. If I remember correctly the owner
drove it 200 miles to the meet. I used the pinstripe layout when I painted my '31
KJ. Dennis

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here I though I was the only one to have a silver K J... JUAN

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This is a very late 31 KL that is nearing completion. Look for
here this summer/early fall at the eastern meets.All that
"Smokin Joe" talk made me think i should post this shot.
Mark