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I have a lot of fun vehicles. My favorite depends on the day. These two vehicles have brought me a tremendous amount of joy. The low profile, eyebrow raising range, and ability to go places that you cannot go on a motorcycle make them incredibly unique.

My brother has a rare disease that almost cost him his leg. Multiple painful surgeries resulted in him not being able to bike long distances without excruciating pain. Having two e-bike’s with twist throttles allows us to bike distances we never could have dreamed possible. It is an incredibly satisfying thing to build your own electric bike. It is just as enjoyable if not more to have my brother tell me often how much fun he had riding.

These electric assist bikes are a game changer for those suffering physical limitations.



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Posts: 20978 | Location: North Carolina  | Registered: April 16, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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The boys and I have a good time bouncing around in this thing, or dragging the pontoon down to the ramp.




I'm gonna vote for the funniest frog with the loudest croak on the highest log.
 
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always with a hat or sunscreen
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Back in the day it was my 1971 Dunstall Norton Export. Sadly pictures have been lost but this is representative. Mine had every fined chrome accessory available, screened velocity stacks on the carbs, and was painted gunmetal gray with black pinstriping. Garnered trophies at shows too. Talk about a hoot to carve twisties with. A hair under 400lbs wet with somewhere over 65hp, tall gearing, it was perfect for me.



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^^Love that Vette!^^ Makes me miss my '73 Vert/stick.


Boeing parking lot Autocross fun at it's best!


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^^ Oh man!





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My favorite toy

 
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I had to trade my 1997 Viper GTS for this since old age made it hard to get in and out but I made the right decision this is a dream to drive.
 
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My love for this car is unhealthy




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Can't imagine how I missed this thread for so long...

A motorcycle...any motorcycle...is my favorite brand of fun.

Weather permitting, I swap back and forth between these two, a 2022 Kawasaki Ninja 400 and a 2016 Yamaha FJ09.

The FJ is considerably faster, easier on my racked-up bod for longer rides and deals with luggage much more conveniently.

The Ninja has tighter handling, is just as fun to ride and much less likely to get me an autograph from the local constabulary.

The FJ has been considerably tweaked from stock with suspension mods for my fat ass, seat and bars likewise, ECU flash and stripped of windshield and handguards and a few other foo-foo odds and ends more decorative than functional.

The Ninja has had the seat upgraded and sliders installed to protect the plastic bits.




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2024 Mustang GT Convertible with manual transmission, Rapid Red and grey leather interior.




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All you folks have some pretty nice rides!
 
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2024 Mustang GT Convertible with manual transmission, Rapid Red and grey leather interior.


Where’s the like button?



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Buy that Classic SIG in All Stainless,
No rail wear will be painless.
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The motorcycles are fun, but highly impractical when there is a foot of snow on the ground.

2013 Harley Davidson Road King
DSC02280 by cee_Kamp 32ACP, on Flickr

2023 Yamaha YZF R3
IMG_20230720_172421622_HDR by cee_Kamp 32ACP, on Flickr

2021 Honda Pioneer 520
12634 by cee_Kamp 32ACP, on Flickr

Additionally, I do have a Honda ATV, but no photos other than in the background behind the backhoe below.

While the tractors are somewhat more work related vehicles, I do have fun using both of them doing property upgrades and property maintenance on our rural acreage/hunting land.
It is intensely relaxing mowing several acres of lawn while wearing a set of quality Bluetooth over the ear headphones and having weeks of music stored on an Apple iPod.
With a cold drink in the cupholder.

IMG_20230908_163848675_HDR by cee_Kamp 32ACP, on Flickr

IMG_20230908_155019002_HDR by cee_Kamp 32ACP, on Flickr

IMG_20220504_145011855_HDR by cee_Kamp 32ACP, on Flickr

As to which is my favorite, I guess it depends on the day, the season, the weather, and if all the chores are completed.



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I almost forgot one of my really fun vehicles; my ’78 Honda Odyssey:

…besides my 4 y.o. daughter our snow white golden retriever Ace LOVED to go for rides on the sand dunes at the OR coast… not at the same time though!


Two guys in my subdivision had these things. We would go to unfinished roads that only had iron ore for a surface. Lots of curves, one guy would hang off the back, lean inside on curves like a sidecar. Bulletproof teenagers.
 
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Originally posted by cee_Kamp:
The motorcycles are fun, but highly impractical when there is a foot of snow on the ground.

2013 Harley Davidson Road King
2023 Yamaha YZF R3


Those 2 couldn't be much further apart in experience & power.




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Posts: 14935 | Location: Spring, TX | Registered: July 11, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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The current state of my 'fun' vehicle. Older photo, same state of condition, just parked in a different place with the hood up.
Posting from tatortodd's couch while she cools down. Didn't think 80* would be too hot to drive, still got the vaporlock condition & think I overheated the starter cranking on it.





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