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Larry Clark recalls Mr. Coomer's Indian motorcycle... and price!

Larry Clark writes:
I remember when father took my brother and me to this store to get a chain saw to be repaired. If my memory serves me correctly it was a Remington brand. I must have been six or seven years old, I am now sixty-one. I believe Pinky Cofer worked there. While we were waiting ,we looked at stuff in Mr.Coomer's store. He had a fully dressed early model Indian chief. It was beautiful .fringe hanging from the handle bars and seat. I remember Dale asking what he would take for it, when he said seven hundred and fifty dollars, well our bubbles burst he may as well ask ten thousand.. .so much for that. --Larry Clark
Comments re photo 77063 - Coomer's Store. How many years ago?

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