We've seen photos from Barber and St. Francis Kansas and a few of the shows. Here's one of my favorites from the MOTO Museum in St. Louis (3441 Olive Blvd. Saint Louis, MO 63103) and the adjoining, motorcyle-themed, Triumph Grill. The museum space is available for catered events and is attached to the Ingacio Hotel (owned by my institution - Saint Louis University) and Eurosport - the local Ducati, Triumph, KTM, Vespa dealership. (Wait, $7000 for a new Vespa GT?) Admission is free - Mon-Fri 11:00-16:00. So, I liked this bike, because it makes a transverse twin look easy to work on - even down to the shaft drive. Not a BMW. Any guesses? Which of the Maserati brothers went for two wheels? There are guys on the forum old enough to recognize this as the family transport while growing up (1932).