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    Quote Originally Posted by how much for a service! View Post
    Off to the dragon and altes elefantentreffen on this one
    Watch out for Gert and Katrin on this one



    They're leaving Monday morning

    Write up of build HERE
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fanum View Post
    Watch out for Gert and Katrin on this one



    They're leaving Monday morning

    Write up of build HERE
    will do
    Another one I want!

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    2 I had when the kids were smaller, would have another just for
    and showing off my wheel lifting skills to young ladeezz
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    Very nice RT outfit...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny View Post
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    Then went all Moto Guzzi T3... before selling her to a splendid tosser

    Then decided to buy this R100RT in company with a now FTA partner...



    Very addictive machines, that's for sure
    I'll take either of those two please …

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    id love another outfit ,went to the east european rally once (held every 4 years ) in leicster ,with peepingtom ,full of eccentrics ,and nutcases on sidecars,the type of people who make there own brake shoes ,love em

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    Not mine
    Sell my bike?
    I would rather stick wasps up my arse !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wreford Miles View Post
    Not mine

    Talked to these guys at the Bike Show. Very well thought out using GS parts and design features. Think the inside bracing piece of the rear storage box is rather poorly thought out though. Upwards of ten K just for the chair. Kind of puts it well out of reach for most.


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    Anyone know what's going on with what appears to be the second oil cooler in Colt's piccy?



    If it was mounted inside the chair, I could see it as a radiator for the chair pillion, but out there on the 'bonnet' like that?
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    Hoping for a spot more of this:

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    Hi Bill, sorry i have no more pics or info on that GS.The rider/owners were not around to talk with.
    I can remember it was on German plates , maybe its on a forum somewhere
    "Happy GS ing , G/S ing and StreetCarving! (colt)

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    ah found one more pic
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    "Happy GS ing , G/S ing and StreetCarving! (colt)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fanum View Post
    Anyone know what's going on with what appears to be the second oil cooler in Colt's piccy?



    If it was mounted inside the chair, I could see it as a radiator for the chair pillion, but out there on the 'bonnet' like that?
    The outfit is the "Feng Boa" model,built by Horst Ulrich.http://www.hu-sidecars.de/

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    Just in the process of resurecting my Merlin outfit
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    Some people are like slinkies, not much use really, but put a smile on your face when shoved down the stairs!

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    My second outfit

    Here is a picture of the second outfit I owned - the first was a BMW R27 with a Steib, but at present I can't find any (if indeed I have any) photos of that one.

    It's an LE Sport sidecar that was made to be taken on and off easily there was no adjustable points and each sidecar frame / fixings was made individually for the bike it was being fitted to (wasn't someone looking for something like this??).

    The bike is a Yam XS1100 that had been blueprinted and gas-flowed as the guy I bought it off worked at Yamaha training would be "Technicians", so when he had spare time he "played" with his own bike!! Not saying it was powerful, but with the "Bus" on (see below) whilst trying to turn right at a T-juction I gave it too much welly and lost the steering - it's difficult to steer with a front wheel in the air

    There wasn'y too much space in the LE, so it was swapped for a bus - I say bus, you could seat 4 adults in it - and on occassion took over half the dart team to away matches!!!! We even moved house on it, double bed on the roof of the sidecar. The bus was then swapped for a Swallow Jet 100 (the same as the one I had fitted a GL1000 and my F6C - more of which later), back to a single seat.
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    Long days and pleasant nights

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    Quote Originally Posted by laughing gas View Post
    Just in the process of resurecting my Merlin outfit
    That first picture is way cool

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