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Discussion in 'General Motorcycling Discussion' started by LadyYamaha, Mar 2, 2007.
When my time comes I want this!
Do you really? What bike would you want?
Not sure if I love my TRX enough to have it sitting on top of my final resting place for all of eternity but good on that bloke for doing something different :grin:
Yeah but it looks like that rider may have been a Ducati rider :grin:
A bit more passion than the average TRX owner I would say........... :grin:
i would give it three weeks in the sun before vandals turn up and either smash it to pieces or try to steal it for their lounge rooms. :?
It's a marble/granite/concrete/sandstone/??? TRX thats why I said that Yamaha have another one fooled
Couldn't be... its not of a huge latte glass
I think that is amazing. Regardless of cost he must have been very special for his family to do that for him . I am touched by it .
id like to be bronzed sitting on my bike!
Yup... I guess they must have been one of the good ones
good on em!
What makes you think it was a him!?
It was probably a condition in his will that no one gets anything unless this was carried through!
Sorry Lady Yamaha ,
My political correctness should have said "for that person" .. Didn't mean to offend .
I am still touched by that memorial though .
the only way to tell if it was a ducati (without the latte glass) would be to get a close up of the photo and see if the deceased was wearing the obligatory Ducati t-shirt......
I would rather give my kids the money it cost for that.
I reckon it might have been purchased or even made by the departed, long before they carked it.
The old Model T Ford owner said he wanted to be buried with his Tin Lizzy....
....said he'd never been in a hole that it couldn't get him out of ... .