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Offline RoyC

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Re: Fantastic service from Chronometric Services
« Reply #15 on: 22.06. 2018 21:23 »
Has anyone got Russell's email address ?
The button on his website won't work for me,  *dunno*

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My bike is a 1958 A7SS
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Re: Fantastic service from Chronometric Services
« Reply #17 on: 26.01. 2019 20:28 »
I’ve just had a speedo restored by this company, fantastic job, really pleased.

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Re: Fantastic service from Chronometric Services
« Reply #18 on: 26.01. 2019 21:43 »
I’ve just had a speedo restored by this company, fantastic job, really pleased.
Cost ?
A10.G.Flash(cafe racer)Honda 250 vtr. Yamaha Virago XV920.

War! what is it good for?Absolutely nothing, Edwin Star.
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Re: Fantastic service from Chronometric Services
« Reply #19 on: 27.01. 2019 09:28 »
Tom Mason at Union Mills on 'The Island' does mine when I attend the Classic TT. Motor cycle restorer and a clock maker!

Lump hammer in one hand and eye glass in the other!! *smile* *smile*

Always fascinates me to see clocks  and motor cycles side by side under repair in the same workshop.
1961 A10SR, spent a fortune at SRM
1961 A7SS, finally the right green
2011 New addition 1937 Empire Star, twin port, high pipes. M23 turned out to be the most unreliable bike I have ever handled.
2017 finally found the liner/barrel were flexing and causing all the overheating/nipping up. Early B33 barrel fitted and it's reliable at last!