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Old sales receipt Steve's Bultaco 04 Mar 2018 11:15 #1

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Came across this today, receipt from Steve's Bultaco for my 76 Frontera

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Old sales receipt Steve's Bultaco 04 Mar 2018 12:11 #2

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Cool !
I grew up in the San Fernando Valley and remember that place.
My brother went there a bunch of times to drool.
But we mostly went to International Yamaha on Canoga ave. The railroad tracks were our freeway system to go anywhere.
Back in the days when a Northridge six year old could go anywhere with a bike. Moved north in 95'.
The good ole days back then

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Old sales receipt Steve's Bultaco 04 Mar 2018 12:51 #3

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Rick C. wrote: Cool !
I grew up in the San Fernando Valley and remember that place.
My brother went there a bunch of times to drool.
But we mostly went to International Yamaha on Canoga ave. The railroad tracks were our freeway system to go anywhere.
Back in the days when a Northridge six year old could go anywhere with a bike. Moved north in 95'.
The good ole days back then


I lived in Burbank at that time (74-78), I worked at a Yamaha dealer on Burbank Blvd, but I dont remember the name. It was later changed to Burbank Yamaha after the two owners split up. The place was cool, he also had a motorcycle wrecking yard, upstairs above the shop was a bunch of old parts, tons of gas tanks.

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Old sales receipt Steve's Bultaco 04 Mar 2018 14:55 #4

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Rick C. wrote: Cool !
I grew up in the San Fernando Valley and remember that place.
My brother went there a bunch of times to drool.
But we mostly went to International Yamaha on Canoga ave. The railroad tracks were our freeway system to go anywhere.
Back in the days when a Northridge six year old could go anywhere with a bike. Moved north in 95'.
The good ole days back then

I worked there in 1965, started at 15. I use to ride from Corbin st in Northridge along the RR tracks to Canoga Park
Small World..........It was actually named International Triumph/Yamaha. That all kinda got me hooked on the motorcycle thing :)

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Old sales receipt Steve's Bultaco 04 Mar 2018 15:13 #5

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I actually grew up in Bellflower, Rosecrans and the 605 fwy was our favorite empty lot to ride. Norm Reeves Honda and Bellflower triumph Yamaha were close by.

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Old sales receipt Steve's Bultaco 04 Mar 2018 15:27 #6

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Pillsbury wrote:

Rick C. wrote: Cool !
I grew up in the San Fernando Valley and remember that place.
My brother went there a bunch of times to drool.
But we mostly went to International Yamaha on Canoga ave. The railroad tracks were our freeway system to go anywhere.
Back in the days when a Northridge six year old could go anywhere with a bike. Moved north in 95'.
The good ole days back then

I worked there in 1965, started at 15. I use to ride from Corbin st in Northridge along the RR tracks to Canoga Park
Small World..........It was actually named International Triumph/Yamaha. That all kinda got me hooked on the motorcycle thing :)


You have probably had the odd Burger or two at " Beeps" as well........back in the day..........

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Old sales receipt Steve's Bultaco 04 Mar 2018 16:04 #7

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That's exactly what I was going to say and you beat me to it. On Devonshire @ Corbin I stayed at a hotel across the street from that hamburger place that has been there forever. I remember putting pennies on the railroad track.

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Old sales receipt Steve's Bultaco 04 Mar 2018 16:19 #8

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"Beeps" - Always first "stop" when we lob in USA from Australia. (Bit off Topic I know)
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Old sales receipt Steve's Bultaco 04 Mar 2018 17:23 #9

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mdscott wrote: [quote="Rick C." post=61441

I lived in Burbank at that time (74-78), I worked at a Yamaha dealer on Burbank Blvd, but I dont remember the name. It was later changed to Burbank Yamaha after the two owners split up. The place was cool, he also had a motorcycle wrecking yard, upstairs above the shop was a bunch of old parts, tons of gas tanks.

You worked at Cycle Shack on Burbank for Mike and Teri !?!

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Old sales receipt Steve's Bultaco 04 Mar 2018 17:29 #10

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Pillsbury wrote: I worked there in 1965, started at 15. I use to ride from Corbin st in Northridge along the RR tracks to Canoga Park
Small World..........It was actually named International Triumph/Yamaha. That all kinda got me hooked on the motorcycle thing :)


I know Corbin street very well since I lived on Aura street. North of Chase. REAL SMALL WORLD !!
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