The Seabe Station on Route 66 in Warwick Oklahoma.  The station was opened by John Seaba in 1921, and was expanded to rebuild engines and connection rods and then repairing military trucks during World War II, remaining in business untill 1994.  The Station became Seaba Station Motorcycle Museum in 2010.
  
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The Seabe Station on Route 66 in Warwick Oklahoma. The station was opened by John Seaba in 1921, and was expanded to rebuild engines and connection rods and then repairing military trucks during World War II, remaining in business untill 1994. The Station became Seaba Station Motorcycle Museum in 2010.

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Date 8 Jun 2012
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