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Full throttle Saloon Internationals


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Old 02-17-2016, 10:44:13 PM
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Default Full throttle Saloon Internationals

I remembered walking through the Full Throttle saloon before it burned down and seeing these two International LB engines. They looked like brand new before the fire and it goes to show what an engine can turn into pretty fast.
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Default Re: Full throttle Saloon Internationals

Where is this place and when did it burn ? Looks like a total lose.
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Default Re: Full throttle Saloon Internationals

The full throttle saloon was a big outdoor biker bar in Sturgis that burnt in September. they had a series on TV For a while, I don't know if it still airs.
they say a kinked power cord behind a beer cooler set a cardboard box on fire and that caused the blaze. the fact that they had about five hundred gallons of grain alcohol Stored There probably didn't help matters much.... the buildings are easily replaced but all the memorabilia that had been collected there.... there's no way to replace that.
He's a pretty smart guy ... he turned in old pasture into a million dollar empire...
He'll have to rebuild, there's just too much money to be made for him not Too...
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here are some other pictures I took.
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