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Hi Wingers,



I am looking for some Custom Dressers chrome plated goodies, and general accessories.Some of these goodies are coming with slotted and louvre ventilated holes. The quality is not important.



So I am bending over backwards for the following stuff



CUSTOM DRESSERS

Sparkplug covers louvre ventilated

Fuel pump cover top section louvre ventilated

Fuel pump cover lower section louvre ventilated.

Engine frame covers left and right handed louvre ventilated.

Ignition cover louvre ventilated.



Trailer hitch, this is a triangle looking reinforment plate and not provided with louvre ventilated slotted holes.



I found the driver and passenger chrome plated boards.

And guess what, still in a brand newcondition.Thanks to Mr. Shawn Baker from IA.



HONDA?

Back in the late 70s, eurly 80s, this was called a Honda Lift.

They fit the extension bracket of the center stand, and it gives a huge additional torque in order to get the wing on the center stand. The are made out of aluminum.

A simple, cheap yet very helpful kind of accessory. I do have now a hydraulic centre lifting system that works just fine, but I do like the Honda Lift.





Malott

A front large crashbar. Those came with or without the Ride Off Stand.

they came with winddeflectorsforboth sides, and highway pegs.





GENE'S GALLARY

The great fibreglass spoiler made back in 1980 1982 or so.

They are installed right under the radiator.

I called the shop, but no luck. so please if you do have one?

please send me an email.



I do have an address in CT / USA, so no shipping across the pound.





MANY THANKS IN ADVANCE



Cees Holland.e-mail address is: [email protected]
 

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I have a Smittys Eagle one trailer I've owned since 1982 :<;)

I knew Wes Mallott @ Manteca Honda when they were producing their wing dresser items in the early 80's. I even have their brochure from back then, along with Custom Dressers.

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Great picture of a great traiker. Especially those large wheels.

very smooth on the road.



Can you send me some pictures of the towing / hitch frame.



drive safe,



Cees
 

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Great picture of a great traiker. Especially those large wheels.

very smooth on the road.



Can you send me some pictures of the towing / hitch frame.



drive safe,



Cees
 

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Great picture of a great traiker. Especially those large wheels.

very smooth on the road.



Can you send me some pictures of the towing / hitch frame.



drive safe,



Cees
 

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Great picture of a great traiker. Especially those large wheels.

very smooth on the road.



Can you send me some pictures of the towing / hitch frame.



drive safe,



Cees
 

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Cee's. I running 2:25 x 16 tires which are the largest that will fit on the trailers cast mags, which I opted for instead of the spoke rims when I purchased it at Wing ding 82 in Colorado. Bushtec sell tires for it still, least they use to ? I have towed mine behind my 81I-84A-85LTd and 3 1500's.

Here's the 81 Custom Dressers catolog. I'm still looking for the Malotts catolog :<)
 

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Yoh CWN, many thanks for this brochure.
I really apprciate this.
I will also check the Bustec site right now.

On the other hand I do have two absolutely great 16" original Lester Wheels from back then too.
And although they are really wide, they do will look great
compare to the Lester Wheels on the pulling wing.
Maybe with a small modification on the Eagle fenders it might be possible. But I did not check the final sizes yet of the tires on those same Lesters. Again THANK YOU FOR THE INFORMATION AND THIS GREAT MAGAZIEN OF MR LARRY COOKE.

Drive Safe

Cees
 

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1982 Gwrra magazine Malott's ad.
 

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Drag Speciaties early 80's.
 

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CWN wrote:
Here's the 81 Custom Dressers catolog. I'm still looking for the Malotts catolog :<;)
The GL1100 on the bottom half of the page has the bumpers top and bottom that look like the ones I have on my 1100. Do you have any clearer pics of them?

I was told they were Markland, but mine have no labels on them at all.
 

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I have a Markland catalog here somewhere also.
 

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For Cee's.
 

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I have it all from the Past :<)
 

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Custom Dressers with Turbo.
 

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Hi CWN, you did make me very happy with these great looking wings. I do have all the brochures too, but due to moving from my houseboat to another place I lost them. I did bought my 1978 fully dresses including the special paint job in 1979 at Malott see my picture. The wing was only used in the states to join the 1978 SCMA 3 flagges run from Tijuana to Vancouver. A couple of friends of mine from Belgium did do the same back in 1977. the only full dressed Malott hanging around these days, (as far as I do know) is in Holland as well. more to the east coast. I am living at the west coast, wel only 125 miles in between. Holland is about the size of RI State, you know a hu ge country!!!

Anyway you are familiare with a guy / couple called Bob an Jean Anderson, and Fred. They came from West Covina and Ocean side. In any case southern CA. They came over to Europe IN 1980 and stay for a long time at my place and several others. we did went to Gold Wing meetings in Holland, Belgium, Denmark, Switserland, France and all other kinds of meetings. I believe that Fred did passed away several years ago, but not for sure. Sorry about this statement, but we lost contact. I also find out that the Honda Lift is called EZ Lift. Again many thanks for your great support.

Drive safe.
If you do need anything just hauler.

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Yes I knew Bob and Jean, along with Fred Steiner. I'm sure I have pictures of them from their 80 trip to europe, maybe at dirks house ? I have all the european wing club medals/decals etc from back then also. You must of known horst gabel then also ? I was gwrra international director for several years and spent a month on the road with dirk-horst -john luc-urs tobler-albert brain and the rest of the gang when they flew over to vancouver then to Wing ding 81, which I still have all the pictures from.
 

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Great to hear all this. Yeh I do know Dirk alright, and Horst, Jean Luc from Belgium and and Tobler from switserland
 
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