15 thoughts on “Modified To Thank All”

    1. Mike at “mountainmanart.com” did the work for me. He lives in West Virginia. Visit his website to see the fine work that he does.

  1. As a Marine I say OORRRAAAAAAAAA , as a biker I say where did u get your EGA to modified ? Im looking to add Something Marine to my fairing Thanks 4 idea wayyy Cool

    1. Saw a patch on “Rolling Thunder” website that had the Eagle, came up with the idea to set him on the “Globe & Anchor. Had Mike at “mountainmanart.com” do the work for me. He lives in West Virginia. Check out his website to see other outstanding work that he has done.

  2. Where can I get one? It is the single most spectacular Modified EGA I have seen to date. Thank you for your service. Semper Fi!! M.McNab. GYSGT USMC Ret.

    1. Saw a patch on “Rolling Thunder” website that had the Eagle, came up with the idea to set him on the “Globe & Anchor. Had Mike at “mountainmanart.com” do the work for me. He lives in West Virginia. Check out his website to see other outstanding work that he has done.

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  3. March 29, 2016 at 1:00 pm

    Saw a patch on “Rolling Thunder” website that had the Eagle, came up with the idea to set him on the “Globe & Anchor. Had Mike at “mountainmanart.com” do the work for me. He lives in West Virginia. Check out his website to see other outstanding work that he has done.

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  4. I’m a Marine, 1964 to1970, not a bike guy, but I could entertain this art work on the tailgate of my RAM pickup. Semper Fi…and thank you for your service(with a big WELCOME HOME MARINE).

  5. omelike to say thank you for all that brougth me home. would also like to thank all of the doctors and also for my wife and three children for help after serving. my two grandaughters that help me go on still. emma and sadie. emma is going to washington dc. have a good trip. thankful jerry ps hope you can read this

  6. Thank you for your service. I am a retired Marine and that’s one of the sweetest decal that i have seen , that would look good on my Durango. SemperFi

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