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Offline nimrod650

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bsa tank
« on: 11.06. 2017 19:51 »
interesting on ebay uk
 bsa tank item 201952836990

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Re: bsa tank
« Reply #1 on: 12.06. 2017 09:48 »
So pleased my old A65 did NOT have one of those tanks!
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Re: bsa tank
« Reply #2 on: 12.06. 2017 11:34 »
 
I pasted that in the search box of ebay.co.uk, and had a variety of useless results.

My interest was only curiousity but maybe if you post something like that, the whole link would be more useful?
 
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Re: bsa tank
« Reply #4 on: 12.06. 2017 15:34 »
So pleased my old A65 did NOT have one of those tanks!

 So what if it looks like a 4 slice toaster over, its got chrome controls.... ;)
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Re: bsa tank
« Reply #5 on: 12.06. 2017 20:33 »
I really like it btw. On my own as usual?
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Re: bsa tank
« Reply #6 on: 12.06. 2017 21:56 »

 Thanks CB, that works.

 I don't mind it and a good colour strip, but looks just like the stock 'Breadbox' tank ?

  May be worth that much to him and someone else, but good luck to 'im

 I just had a squiz in the '70/'71/'72 parts lists, and didn't see a mention of A50 models, were they discontinued earlier?
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