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BSA + Renault
« on: 25.07. 2019 10:09 »
Fugly?

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Re: BSA + Renault
« Reply #1 on: 25.07. 2019 10:17 »
yes ,that qualifys as a fugly ucker
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Re: BSA + Renault
« Reply #2 on: 25.07. 2019 11:08 »
Poor little BSA's
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Re: BSA + Renault
« Reply #3 on: 25.07. 2019 22:52 »
No sh*t  Sherlock! Yellow headlamp bulbs and the use of a national icon brand can only mean a French adaption of fine English Parts. Bon chance, Monsieur, elle va bien, n'est ce pas?

The  assembly of  a correct period rear mudguard stay would ensure the effort is a worthy Concours d'Elegance Winner, perfection in every detail.


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