I agree Maurice did an excellent job and deserves our praise. Lots of nice bikes. I was inside the museum looking at the bikes and cars when the awards were given. Who got the peoples choice?
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I must add my two cents to Mike's sentiments. Especially, again, thanks go to Maurice Bresnahan for putting on the show and "swap." It is just such a nice, low key, friendly event. My wife Brenda and I enjoyed every minute of it. One could get used to living life on the Larz estate. Also I must add my appreciation to the folks from the Museum who put up with these bike freaks year after year. Their generosity and organizational work really make for a great day! Edward Albert Chappaqua, NY, USA
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>>> Mike Schmidt <firstname.lastname@example.org> 08/12/07 9:04 PM >>> =0D =0D The weather was about as perfect as one could get in mid August. S pecial thanks to Maurice Bresnahan for pulling this all together. Gre at job, Maurice. The parts swap did come off eventually with some hel p from Maurice's silver tongue schmoozing with the Larz officials. We had some nice bicycles there today and it is always nice to see some CR me mbers who for whatever reason cannot make it to Cirque. I took some j pegs of the days events and hope to get them up in a day or two. I al so took some MPEGS of Richard Sachs interviewing Ken Denny. If wool j ersey can take an MPEG file, I will post that too. (unless Richard wa nts to move me up 3 years on his build list) Til then, check out Davi d Toppin's photos.
The winners? I cannot remember them all but Ken Denny won for his De Rosa, Eddie Albert made two trips to the podium. Maurice's display of the Raymond Valance won at least one award. My 49 Alex Singer took best Fr ench. Richard Sach's 71 Masi took best restoration and best paint.&nb sp; Hey Joe Bell, you get to claim halfsies since it was your work.
Stirling, NJ but still in the Boston area
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