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Thread: Which Modern bikes will become Classics?

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    I still go with my prediction of many posts ago ....

    Nothing has changed ... in fact I'm more convinced than ever

    A future classic for sure ...



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    Quote Originally Posted by scotboxer View Post
    VFR750 maybe. Currently lusting after an early black one with white wheels! :
    Wonder what brought that on!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nice 'n' Fat View Post
    I've just bought this



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    An 888 SP5 … one of only 16 officially brought in to the UK (Note MPH Speedo)

    An unmolested two owner bike
    Bet that wasn’t cheap. . . . my mate has the standard 888.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nice 'n' Fat View Post
    I've just bought this




    An 888 SP5 … one of only 16 officially brought in to the UK (Note MPH Speedo)

    An unmolested two owner bike

    Paul thats a stunner you will be ending up with more classics than Sammy Miller or David Silver at this rate!

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    Picked it up last night and have just booked it in for recommissioning and a full shim & cambelt service at my local Ducati dealer



    Check out the date on the tax disc

    2016 BMW R1200 GS Triple Black
    1993 Ducati 888 SP5
    2002 Triumph Bonneville (Desert Sled)
    2017 Triumph Bonneville Bobber
    2003 Triumph Daytona 955i (Rob North Replica)
    1979 Yamaha XT500


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    Paul thats a stunner you will be ending up with more classics than Sammy Miller or David Silver at this rate!
    Cheers Steve

    I sold Kenny's old Z13 to a guy who had just had his Z13 stolen. Then I noticed that SWMBO had left a Poggenpohl kitchen brochure on the coffee table (presumably as a hint?) so I spent the money quick
    2016 BMW R1200 GS Triple Black
    1993 Ducati 888 SP5
    2002 Triumph Bonneville (Desert Sled)
    2017 Triumph Bonneville Bobber
    2003 Triumph Daytona 955i (Rob North Replica)
    1979 Yamaha XT500


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    Quote Originally Posted by Nice 'n' Fat View Post
    Cheers Steve

    I sold Kenny's old Z13 to a guy who had just had his Z13 stolen. Then I noticed that SWMBO had left a Poggenpohl kitchen brochure on the coffee table (presumably as a hint?) so I spent the money quick
    As Att would say carefully take the Poggenpohl brochure to the garden and Burn it with Fire! Good to see you handing the belt service over to a specialist, good call. What a bike to ride around the local lanes the bellow of those zorsts

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