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FishBone

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3/31/2006 1:16 PM

does anybody here know what ever happened to Tim Hart .. didn't he start a car / home audio speaker ... business with his brother at one point ?

Sondra

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3/31/2006 1:32 PM

He's a longshoreman in Long Beach.

FishBone

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3/31/2006 1:43 PM

is my memory correct about the speakers ?

bigblue863

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3/31/2006 2:13 PM
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[quote="FishBone":baa8d]is my memory correct about the speakers ?[/quote:baa8d]
Is that what those were? I thought they were balloons. Late

JPT

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3/31/2006 2:26 PM
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My wife calls you guys the Yahoos.

BobbyM (MD)

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3/31/2006 2:28 PM

I don't remember him being that tall sondra...muwhahahahaha

maicobreako

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3/31/2006 2:58 PM
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I always think of Tim Hart as a Montesa rider. Orange bike, orange full face helmet (in the Jofa era no less). He's on a Maico in this pic so I conjecture it's post Montesa, pre Yamaha days.

FishBone

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3/31/2006 6:00 PM
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[quote="BobbyM":3b1c8]I don't remember him being that tall sondra...muwhahahahaha[/quote:3b1c8]

bobby do you still talk to tim ?

se7enmx

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3/31/2006 7:56 PM

I ran that same helmet set-up, even with the same tape job. 100cc novice days on my MX90 Yamaha.

Big Lenny

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4/1/2006 11:22 PM

Billy payne used to run it too...

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Craze

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4/2/2006 4:41 AM
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Speaking of Tim Hart on A Montessa, here he is !!

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peeps sr

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4/3/2006 9:12 AM

Most people don't remember (or didn't know) that Tim Hart, Gary Chaplain, and Gary Bailey were all on a team together in 1973. They rode Bultacos and had some cool-ass red white and blue gear. The leathers were blue on one leg and red on the other. I got pics from Daytona somewhere.

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TeamSwolen

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4/5/2006 6:42 PM
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[quote="FishBone":5abec]

bobby do you still talk to tim ?[/quote:5abec]

Who cares about Tim...Did you ever check out his sister? Super Hot !!

T-BOND

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4/6/2006 7:14 AM
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[quote="SE7ENMX":01871]I ran that same helmet set-up, even with the same tape job. 100cc novice days on my MX90 Yamaha.[/quote:01871]Those Yamaha MX90's are very rare bikes. I found an all original one after looking for about 10 yrs. They only made them one year, 1971.

se7enmx

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4/6/2006 9:26 AM

Thats my first mx bike. Yellow tank, black pinstripe. Chrome shocks, metal fenders. I was full moto. Rode in a Suzuki jersey, cause I liked DeCoster. I would love to see a restored one.

T-BOND

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4/6/2006 9:33 AM

I will try to find a nice photo of mine. It even has the original tires. I heard from Don Jones that they were real fast. He actually had a works one at one time.

se7enmx

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4/6/2006 9:44 AM

Thanks. I would be stoked to check it out. Mine was fun. In 1971, the comp was Honda SL 100's, Hodaka's, the Yamaha was a holeshot machine. Won my first trophy with that ride. See if you can find a pic of the 90.

T-BOND

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4/6/2006 10:18 AM

I have a disk of photos somewhere that I took of it when I brought it home. I found the bike in South Dakota. A farmer bought it new to heard his cattle with. Hahaha

se7enmx

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4/6/2006 10:21 AM
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Nice <img src='/assets/emoticons/smile.png' />

T-BOND

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4/6/2006 7:13 PM
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[quote="SE7ENMX":02a62]Nice <img src='/assets/emoticons/smile.png' />[/quote:02a62]I found the mx 90 photo. I will post it tomorrow

KiKi-Matthew

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4/10/2006 1:14 PM

Hey Maicobreako
That picture is Billy Payne. Not the best way to route your front break cable.

maicobreako

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4/11/2006 6:55 PM
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[quote="KiKi":1a0d9]Hey Maicobreako
That picture is Billy Payne. Not the best way to route your front break cable.[/quote:1a0d9]

Could be. I don't remember Tim on Maico's myself. Hey that brake cable routing is highly effective in making sure your number plate doesn't fall off . . . entirely.

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