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    R100GS - bikini faired model

    My paralever...better pics when sodden weather and lighting improves
    Doff my cap to previous owner(s) hard work
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    Can I post a pic of Mine in Kit Form?
    Oh Great and Wise Deity, Grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change,

    Courage to change the things I can! And the wisdom to know the difference!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny View Post
    The coral reef replica one? NO !!
    Sorry Kenny But since yer a cheeky fecker! It HAS to be Done BUT I will spare you the coral reef effect and go for the Aircraft Disaster effect instead



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    Concorde made less mess
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kenny View Post
    Concorde made less mess
    I was using the Wirral Method of Disassembly but hadn;t reached the concelament phase yet

    You know the one were ye can strip a whole bike and hide it in a wheelie bin before the rozzers come to visit!
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    Courage to change the things I can! And the wisdom to know the difference!

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    gs/pd

    allways pray the pics load,if they do heres mine,from a 1200 to an air head ,not my first ,seventh i think ,glad to be back on an airhead,nothing wrong with the 12oo,infact it was a brilliant bike,but my hearts allways aircooled.Name:  001.jpg
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    MY GSPD project

    MY GSPD project will be for sale when completed. PM for details.
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    So after selling my mono 3 years ago, finally got a airhead again. Here is my 89 R100GS

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    Quote Originally Posted by newguy View Post
    So after selling my mono 3 years ago, finally got a airhead again. Here is my 89 R100GS
    Very nice
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    Here's my original and unmolested PD Classic collected yesterday from a stalwart member of the forum as a swap for my 1200GS. Drove it 200 miles home and it was like wearing a comfy old slipper. Perfect.
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    Tomorrow is the day

    Pick this up tomorrow afternoon, can't wait
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    Sweet, Roger

    Where did you find that one?

    I notice there's 3 on Bikepoint at the moment.

    Should be able to carry a few bottles of Barossa Shiraz in the panniers

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    In a showroom with a stupid price countered it with a reasonable one and the owner (it was on consignment said ok)

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    Quote Originally Posted by fayeslane View Post
    Sweet, Roger

    Where did you find that one?

    I notice there's 3 on Bikepoint at the moment.

    Should be able to carry a few bottles of Barossa Shiraz in the panniers
    As for shiraz, thats what tankers are for

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    Had this one for a little while, It is just about to come up to its 100,000 kilometre mark.

    Suspension ( Wilbers )

    Frame strengthened

    Bash bars,crash bars,tool box etc added.

    A few shots of the details and another few in its touring and winter trim.
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