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post #1 of 3 Old Feb 12th, 2006, 9:12 am Thread Starter
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A friend of mine is trying to sell his FJR, and a mutual friend is interested in buying it. Wanted some details, and since Jim was not online to provide them, I decided to help. The original photo was snapped in South Dakota as I pulled up longside Jim on my LT. Created this in Photoshop to help out my friend.

We should always do what we can, right?

Thought some of you might enjoy.

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post #2 of 3 Old Feb 12th, 2006, 9:48 am
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That is funny I'm sure both friends will appreciate it ...well maybe only one of them.

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A friend of mine is trying to sell his FJR, and a mutual friend is interested in buying it. Wanted some details, and since Jim was not online to provide them, I decided to help. The original photo was snapped in South Dakota as I pulled up longside Jim on my LT. Created this in Photoshop to help out my friend.

We should always do what we can, right?

Thought some of you might enjoy.

T. The Very Bad T.
Yep, pretty bad Bad Ted. The only error is that the always on turn signal should have been marked Fl TM, since that is a Florida rule, not National.

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