|2017 Dania Beach Vintage Motorcycle Show. I got there early.|
You could not have taken this photo once the crowds arrived.
Naturally I gravitated first to the section of the show devoted to English motorcycles. An impressive 1948 Sunbeam S7 shown by Chris Noe of Miami caught my eye.
|1948 Sunbeam S7 makes an impressive sight.|
|The Sunbeam logo shines forth.|
|Cadillac tail lights brighten the Sunbeam.|
|Hand-pumped horn announces the Sunbeam.|
|1973 Triumph X75 Hurricane triple.|
|...and its magnificent pipe organ.|
|Vintage side luggage flows with the lines of 1966 Norton Atlas.|
|1942 Welbike deserves "Best Flywheel" award.|
|1967 Skoda 1000 MB's happiest days are ahead.|
|A Maserati motorcycle has seen happier days.|
|...but its trident logo is still proud.|
|And the handlebars are ready to race.|
|Black Betty, a big motorcycle with the motor of a small car.|
|Gilera with exploded view of motor; just in case?|
|1916 Indian Power Plus with Cannonball Run number plate.|
|You mean your tool kit doesn't have one of these?|
|What is this Indian trying to tell us about Harley?|
|My Royal Enfield. Note small spot of oil on ground near center stand.|
Well, it shook loose and lost the small bolt that plugs up the drain hole of the catch basin for the sump vent.
No taking a Royal Enfield for granted, ever.