What is it? #546

LilMissPurrfect

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They were(fairly) well known in the UK when I was young!
That was a ¨Good Year¨ :cautious:
 

Bamber

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What if I said Roberts, Spencer and Lawson?
The UK ones would give it away. But Joey is a real giveaway.
Well, he's a homonym. Trevor was one of my favourites, along with Rocket Ron.
 

squirt

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for shoeing horses?

the only Joeys I can think of (besides my son) are a baby kangaroo, or a character on the hit show "Friends" lol
 

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Put you all out of your misery, they are tools for mounting/dismounting tyres on motorcycle or scooter wheels.
The people I mentioned were all professional bike riders, Barry Sheene, Mike Hailwood and Joey Dunlop were the UK riders.
fairly sure LMP knew it as well. "Good Year"!
 
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Bamber

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Put you all out of your misery, they are tools for mounting/dismounting tyres on motorcycle or scooter wheels.
The people I mentioned were all professional bike riders, Barry Sheene, Mike Hailwood and Joey Dunlop were the UK riders.
fairly sure LMP knew it as well. "Good Year"!
Yes, motorcycle tyre presses. Seen a few in use in my time.
 

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I wouldn't have gotten it anyway, I know absolutely nothing about motorcycles or riders - maybe if Pprey had said Evil Knievel lol
he didn't get a trophy cuz he already knew what it was (I think)
 

AuroraAngel

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I wouldn't have gotten it anyway, I know absolutely nothing about motorcycles or riders - maybe if Pprey had said Evil Knievel lol
he didn't get a trophy cuz he already knew what it was (I think)

Ah, I see. Well, Gratz anyway to him! :D
 
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