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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnie comet View Post
    Some great bikes in this thread.....and THAT is a beauty........What a find !!!
    Bit of engine porn
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    Lovely little Honda 50 / 100 there Mark

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    Cheers Steve, yes it has a nice patina to it. Not many left in this condition.

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    Double snap

    1979 frame 210
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    A nice air

    A nice pair

    1975 900 ss
    1973 750 ss
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    There should be a limit on the number of drop dead gorgeous Ducati a person is allowed to own! Envious X3

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    I love the two strokes.....but those Ducatis......

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    Art, pure art, thats why i been in love with Ducati's for all these years.

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    This is my other bike, 1993 R80rt.
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    Spent some time on stripping it down and nursing it back to health winter 2016/17. Paint work is original, was going to have it resprayed but it was just too good and wasn't sure that a respray would be as good as the original.

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    A few of my modern classic - still with me, and living in the kitchen while the garage is being altered:
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    Fantastic pic's of your 1100R

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    Here’s a few of mine, current examples of models owned during my youth
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    Quote Originally Posted by sherpatensing View Post
    Here’s a few of mine, current examples of models owned during my youth
    Lovely ......

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherpatensing View Post
    Here’s a few of mine, current examples of models owned during my youth
    Puch VZ50 , i had its cheaper brother MS50 v seized it up riding down the horseshoe pass. Stripped the head off oiled it and set off again , all at the side of the road. What a great intro to motorcycling 3 speed clutch , brill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve hughes View Post
    Puch VZ50 , i had its cheaper brother MS50 v seized it up riding down the horseshoe pass. Stripped the head off oiled it and set off again , all at the side of the road. What a great intro to motorcycling 3 speed clutch , brill.
    My original one cost £160 I seem to remember and I did 12000 miles in the year before getting my Yamaha YDS7 at 17. The Puch was totally reliable with a few punctures being the only cause of breakdown. As you say brill..! This one has cost more than it’s worth to restore but it had to be done..!

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