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From Jay's favorite category of vehicle - original and unrestored - comes the second KJ in his collection. This Police Special was the star of the New York Auto Show in 1931, the same year Schwinn decided to stop making motorcycles.
If you love old school, handmade style with stamina, this is the motorcycle for you! In continuous production since 1901, this baby is still tinkered out of raw metal. But don't let its looks fool you-it's been updated for a smooth, maintenance-free ride.
If you're like Jay and Lawrence of Arabia, in love with the motorcycles George Brough built, then this is the video for you! Jay's buddies thought he was crazy when he bought this bike 30 years ago; who knew it's value would increase 500%?
What happens when you have $50 burning a hole in your pocket, the web address for a robot-building website, and the need for speed?...
When iconoclastic inventor Alfred Angas Scott opened up shop in 1910, his water-cooled two-strokes clocked such speeds at the Isle of Man Tourist Trophy Race that they were deemed overly efficient, and were handicapped in subsequent races.
Scott Flying Squirrel Motorcycle