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A10 TRIKE
« on: 15.09. 2017 22:00 »
G'day all.
Just saw this on the BSA Singles and Twins forum.
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Re: A10 TRIKE
« Reply #1 on: 15.09. 2017 22:09 »
 *eek* *pull hair out* *angry* *razz*

WTF
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Re: A10 TRIKE
« Reply #2 on: 15.09. 2017 23:44 »

 That's a well aimed rear-ender   *smile*
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Re: A10 TRIKE
« Reply #3 on: 16.09. 2017 00:01 »
 Issetta (sp?) is getting to be a real money collectible these days.

 And that guy cut the rear end out using a Beaver! *eek*
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Re: A10 TRIKE
« Reply #4 on: 16.09. 2017 01:38 »
 
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And that guy cut the rear end out using a Beaver! *eek*   

Looks like a beaver too... Any reference to beaver reminds me of this;

   https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=aYDfwUJzYQg
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Re: A10 TRIKE
« Reply #5 on: 16.09. 2017 01:41 »
That's an old picture. I'm thinking early-to-mid 70s, so no breach of vintage. Actually, it makes sense. Lots of power in favor of the original low-power rear drive it once had.

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