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Offline Brian

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US Auction
« on: 04.02. 2018 00:13 »
Anyone looking for a project might want to head over to the states and have a look at this auction.

http://www.jwoodandcompany.com/2017/Earls_Ocala_auction.htm

Lots of junk but some interesting stuff amongst it.

Here is just a sample, ever seen a unit construction Triumph with a magneto ?
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Re: US Auction
« Reply #1 on: 04.02. 2018 00:21 »
i seem to remember a triumph stationary engine with magneto like that and carb intakes
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Re: US Auction
« Reply #2 on: 15.02. 2018 09:06 »
Anyone who needs a man on the ground for FPI (First Person Inspection) for valuation and advice on the British stuff and American, I can be bribed/hired!  (Seriously).

I would be in heaven!
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Re: US Auction
« Reply #3 on: 15.02. 2018 09:43 »

 seems like somewhere between a hell-on-wheels-nightmare, and a hell-on-wheels-nightmare...but a hell of a ride, but someone will no doubt find a bargain or two- I'll be surprised if Mike doesn't have a win
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Re: US Auction
« Reply #4 on: 15.02. 2018 19:13 »
Now where did I put that lotto ticket. I'd better buy more.
I'd be in heaven.
Cheers
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