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Offline Rocket Racer

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BSA but not an A7 or A10
« on: 16.11. 2016 08:23 »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pAElyN8VLzE

you only need to watch the first minute which covers some seriously period glam!
what muttonchops  *shh*  how did he park it on the beach with a BSA stand  *eek*
But fabulous anyway  ;)

if you watch into 2:41 be warned you might suddenly want a vespa instead  *doubt*
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Offline Topdad

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Re: BSA but not an A7 or A10
« Reply #1 on: 16.11. 2016 13:32 »
Thanks RR got past 2.41 mins without the urge to run out and buy a vespa so must be immune to the adverts buy now!
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Offline polly

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Re: BSA but not an A7 or A10
« Reply #2 on: 16.11. 2016 18:19 »
I got past the Vespa bit easy but about 4 MINS in I fancied a fag

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Re: BSA but not an A7 or A10
« Reply #3 on: 16.11. 2016 21:43 »
I got past the Vespa bit easy but about 4 MINS in I fancied a fag
and a bandanna...
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