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Offline RogerSB

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Different A10 same girl
« on: 31.05. 2018 15:04 »
1966 & 2018 different bike but same girl *smile*.

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Re: Different A10 same girl
« Reply #1 on: 31.05. 2018 15:35 »
And same smile ,well done mate!
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Re: Different A10 same girl
« Reply #2 on: 31.05. 2018 16:12 »
1966 & 2018 different bike but same girl *smile*.
Brilliant!  *smile*

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Re: Different A10 same girl
« Reply #3 on: 31.05. 2018 18:00 »
Very, very nice Roger.
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Re: Different A10 same girl
« Reply #4 on: 01.06. 2018 02:24 »
She was a keeper.
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Re: Different A10 same girl
« Reply #5 on: 01.06. 2018 04:46 »
She was a keeper.
Cheers
But the bike wasn’t,  cheers
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Re: Different A10 same girl
« Reply #6 on: 01.06. 2018 11:59 »
But the bike wasn’t,  cheers

First photo (1966) shows my 1960 GF in Nutley Blue, it was my second GF.  I sold it, still in immaculate condition, in the early 70s for £75.00 after I passed my car test and bought my fist car, a 1954 Standard 8 with very wobbly steering  *eek*  but it did have hydraulic brakes all round *smile*.

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