The Five Forty-Eight
The Five Forty Eight is a 1979 US TV film Merchant Ivory Productions film for television, directed by James Ivory.
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... In the 2010 model year, Harley-Davidson introduced the XL1200X "Forty-Eight" model ... It is similar to the "Dark" Nightster style but has the classic 1948 style small peanut tank, wire wheels, forward-controls, a wider front tire with a fat front end and chopped front fender, a slammed speedo with under mount mirrors, side-mounted license plate, low solo single seat, and low suspension ...
Famous quotes containing the word forty-eight:
“Ashtrays to cry into,
the suffering brother of the wood walls,
the forty-eight keys of the typewriter
each an eyeball that is never shut,
the books, each a contestant in a beauty contest,
the black chair, a dog coffin made of Naugahyde....”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)