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    Quote Originally Posted by Proff View Post
    Had mine done by Mike here >>>
    http://www.jrs.uk.com/
    Great job and he loves R90s's
    Many thanks Proff. I've sent Mike an email.
    Has tha nowt moist?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Humbug View Post
    Bought her new in 1975. Sold my 1973 Commando to this guy on the condition we ride up to Reading on it to fetch the new bike and do the deal there. It pissed down with rain all the way there and back and I was terrified as I had concerns about the Jap rubber tyres on the Z1 - the Norton had Avons on it. Approaching a sharp right bend near Somerton on the way back the poor fella who'd bought the Norton off me lost the back end and down he went. Up to now the Commando had never been dropped and was pristine. Fortunately the damage was limited to a snapped footrest. I kept the original tyres until they wore out - they weren't as bad as most reports made out.

    Other bikes have come and gone but 'Humbug' still remains.

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    How about this oldie


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    Mines the Next model single on, a R26 with a SWINGING ARM at the back

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    nice bike ricochet

    Heres my latest project bike



    Sat waiting for a nice gloss black powdercoat, Can you tell what it is yet

    Hopefully it'll looks something like this when finished



    Its a 1979 suzuki sp370, older than me by two years

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    How about this circa 1989 - does it count?
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    I like a 2 stroke you don't hear the to often

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    Does this count?
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    Quote Originally Posted by shuck raider View Post
    Does this count?

    No, too new........
    Why so serious ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doughboy View Post
    How about this circa 1989 - does it count?
    Superb machine. I used to despatch one of them about 1990, never a problem...
    From Eastbourne....around London all day and back to Eastbourne again.
    Very comfortable to I recall.

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    1978 model - with an '81 front end to get half decent brakes.
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    Here's mine a 1960 R60 with Steib sidecar, top speed of 65mph and makes me smile more than any other bike I have owned. Hoping for a good summer as I cant wait to use it.
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    HI Porker, That Is a Great looking bike, To me that must the ideal classic outfit.
    I wish I had that !.
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    Quote Originally Posted by porker View Post
    Here's mine a 1960 R60 with Steib sidecar, top speed of 65mph and makes me smile more than any other bike I have owned. Hoping for a good summer as I cant wait to use it.
    Now that is a nice bike. Have you just finished it or just aquired it??

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    Not mine but nice examples - '73 Honda 350-4, '81 Kwack 1300-6, and we were later joined by a '76 RD350, no photo...
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    Thanks I bought it like it and havnt done anything to it. I bought it the end of last year and have done approx 1000 miles already and have had no problems.

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