Where's Waldo?

jimmiegimme /

took this pic yesterday

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Simon King /

i don't think that it uploaded correctly - can you try again?

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jimmiegimme /

I'll get it figured out Simon, it's a jpeg image in my a desktop file. I'm able to email pics without a problem, but when I tried to send this attach, I got a message saying it cannot contain spaces or weird characters.

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gimmejimmie /

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briggsrat.jpg

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is that your moped? what kind is it? wow, that looks bizarre ... in a tough way.

if i saw you swarming my way (and i wasn't on a moped), i'd be sure to give you space on the road. rock on!

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gimmejimmie /

Nope, it's not mine, I just saw it in the street and jumped out of my truck and snapped it. I didn't get to talk to the dude, I had traffic all jammed up, I don't know what the hell it was, but it sure got my attention. did you find waldo?

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looking at it closely ... i think that might be a wellbike! that woul be so awesome. tell me i'm wrong somebody ...

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cushman eagle

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it's british, though, right?

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It's a Cushman Eagle, from Lincoln Nebraska. Time was when Cushman was the King of the Road in Scooterdom here in the U.S. Vespa was one of the reasons they disappeared. The entire Vespa drive train, with the rear wheel attached, weighed less than the cast iron Cushman engine. At 318CC's it put out 8 HP as opposed to Vespa's 10 from 150CC's and three speed trans..

The Eagle also had a two speed transmission with a semi-automatic clutch. They are still neat vehicles though depite the Neandrathal engineering.

Jim

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