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  • BangShift Interview: EJ Potter, The Michigan Madman

    http://www.bangshift.com/blog/The-Ba...an-Madman.html

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    Re: BangShift Interview: EJ Potter, The Michigan Madman

    E.J. Potter is awesome! I remember when the article on him was published in Hot Rod Magazine, probably in the early '70s. It reported on the bike, the Allison wagon, the slot car, and other stuff. All very memorable and cool stuff!

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      Re: BangShift Interview: EJ Potter, The Michigan Madman

      This is one of the best reads I have ever had!A true innovator,something that time has lost to lawyers and political

      correctness.The man just grew up in a time and place that allowed pure free thinking and that was the 60's and on a

      farm where you fixed things until they worked or you starved.Self educated this man travelled the world and became a

      legend to many around the sport.At one point in the book he tells the story of a booking he had aquired in

      California.That been said and him being from Michigan he explains his logic for getting to California"just drive south as

      far as you can go turn right".

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        Re: BangShift Interview: EJ Potter, The Michigan Madman

        This was good read stuff ;).I have heard about Potter many times in the seventies,when i was a kid.So when i saw the first pic of him sideways on the bike,i knew that this was the man on two wheels to take notice of.

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