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post #1 of 21 Old 04-18-2011, 10:09 AM Thread Starter
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RARE Indian stolen.

This makes me so sad. This beatiful, rare Indian was stolen from a poor guy...so I'm here passing the word along.

Dual Sport Moto • View topic - Stolen Bike - 1915 Indian w/ Sidecar

if you love your motorcycle, set it free.. if it comes back and hits you.. you highsided
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post #2 of 21 Old 04-18-2011, 11:10 AM
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oh fuck.... less than 10 in existence... means that guy will have a hard time trying to sell it unless he does it through the black market. not much point chopping it up, but damn i'll be pissed if it ended up being chopped! someone find this bike!

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I hope the bastard that stole it gets what he deserves

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Agreed. Ought to chop the thief up and sell him for parts.

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Agreed. Ought to chop the thief up and sell him for parts.
Seconded.

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I would say that the punishment of death for theft is a little out of proportion, even if there were only ten. I may be way off here, but that's just my thought.

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Well i mean i dont think the guy that stole it deserves to be killed,
but what would you want to happen if it was your bike?

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post #8 of 21 Old 04-18-2011, 04:24 PM
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Well i mean i dont think the guy that stole it deserves to be killed,
but what would you want to happen if it was your bike?
At least a kneecap but this one is different, I can replace my 919, probably with a new one still.

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Well i mean i dont think the guy that stole it deserves to be killed,
but what would you want to happen if it was your bike?
Probably monetary compensation and jail time. Maybe punch the thief in the face once nice and hard to compensate for some of the pain I endured in my hands and back while doing work to my bike and rebuilding the motor, but definitely no gun wounds or amputations.

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post #10 of 21 Old 04-18-2011, 05:06 PM
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Id shoot him in the leg personally, maybe its just me. Or remove a hand, we'd have ALOT less thieves. Something like this isnt fixed with jail time...

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Id shoot him in the leg personally, maybe its just me. Or remove a hand, we'd have ALOT less thieves. Something like this isnt fixed with jail time...
I like the "removing a hand" option...

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Probably monetary compensation and jail time. Maybe punch the thief in the face once nice and hard to compensate for some of the pain I endured in my hands and back while doing work to my bike and rebuilding the motor, but definitely no gun wounds or amputations.
hmm i suppose i could have used a different smiley

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karmas a bitch..they'll get what they deserve...personally i would say ten lashings on the back..and i mean proper lashings. they dont lose body parts but the pain is equally the same..and he'll have 10 nice big stripes on his back.

nice indian, i hope the guy finds it. he must be so upset.

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Bugger. The thieves (there will be at least 2) should have to take turns with a sharp potato peeler slowly shaving away at each others knobs. Once their knobs resemble a sharp pencil they should have to boil the shavings and eat knob-soup.

Side note. Jeepers that is one clean bike! Just quietly and not wanting to take anything away from it's beauty, I personally like the old bikes looking a bit road weathered.

Which is weird as I'm anal about keeping my own bike clean.

I think it is because the weathered ones tell a road story and trailer queens just tell a story of the owners bank account.

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post #15 of 21 Old 04-18-2011, 10:50 PM
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I'm typically not that bloodthirsty, but goddamn, that is one nice Indian. And I loves me old bikes... Like if someone punched your grandma. You'd fuck him up...

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They used to hang horse thieves.

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I'm pretty much on board with chopping off fingers.

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They used to hang horse thieves.

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Thats what Im saying, well not exactly. I wouldnt take a life over a machine, but I would take a hand/eye/ear.

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post #19 of 21 Old 04-19-2011, 10:19 AM
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When some one grabs something that unique they must have a buyer lined up. I'd look in the basement of someone with a 'Famous Garage' ;-)

When rats take from you they actually take a small part of your life, we are taught not to resist as it's only material goods................we do sell off bits of our lives for those goods...............just sayin

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At least a kneecap but this one is different, I can replace my 919, probably with a new one still.
No, the perpetrator should be keelhauled.

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we do sell off bits of our lives for those goods
Valid and good point

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