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Focus: 2010 El Camino Motorcycle Swapmeet

 

The El Camino Motorcycle Swap Meet celebrated it's 35th annual event last weekend. In Southern California we are spoiled with good weather and a wealth of outdoor swaps, but this one is my personal favorite. No Sham-Wow! vendors and more rusty old gold than any other weekend. This year's event felt a little light on choppers and chopper stuff, but there were still plenty of happy shoppers and vendors swapping parts and slingin' bikes.

This swap brings out more complete bikes than the Long Beach Swap, so it's pretty easy to pick up a runner or a project. Since Marshal and the crew also host a multi-category bike show complete with persnickety judges and shiny trophies, El Camino always brings out a wide range of high-quality vintage machines, many of them pre-war and perfect. Here are some pics for your enjoyment.

 


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Commented on 10-8-2010 At 05:44 am
 

Damn, that red Indian is fucking awesome!! Great pics as usual. Just enough to make me super jealous!! hahahaha

Commented on 10-8-2010 At 06:32 am
 

you're right it's the first one I took a look at !

Commented on 10-8-2010 At 07:15 am
 

Great Pics !

Commented on 10-8-2010 At 03:47 pm
 

Yeah, great photos once again - thanks. You guys rock.

Commented on 10-8-2010 At 03:56 pm
 

This show was another good one almost as good as Dixson this year.

Commented on 10-10-2010 At 06:06 am
 

really nice group a bikes....question, what was that thing on the handlebars of one of the bikes? looked like a piece of paper in a tube?

Commented on 10-11-2010 At 05:59 am
 

Awesome bikes... I am amazed how few run front brakes even in so cal traffic!

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