From:Doug Miller e-mail:radarsprint-A-yahoo.com
Subject:RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: ST165 Date:Sun Dec 29 16:22:34 2013
Response to:19121
Nice set of pics Tom. The earlier pic was of a 51 wasn't it?

I also upgraded to a more powerful bike from the 125.

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Age 15


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Me standing in foreground, age 69.

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What a great wife to let me bring it indoors for the winter!


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3/4 Right Side. Does anyone have a good deal on a ST
cylinder?


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Full left side photo

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Hello fellow Hummer fans,
With all the recent talk about 1956 ST's I thought it would
be
a good time to announce the completion of my 1956 ST165.It
has
been a two year project and I couldn't have done it without
the help from Stanley Waite, a Hummer expert for sure.It was
my goal to have a Restoration with all the correct parts and
fasteners and I was able to do so for the most part.

Hey, I know there is a broken cylinder fin for all the world
to see. Would you believe I traded a newly chromed perfect
ST
Handlebar for that cyclinder? Oh well, sometimes you come up
with the short end of the stick. The color is atomic blue
and
I am still looking for a good tool box.