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Offline flashblack

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Re- introduction
« on: 08.11. 2020 17:23 »
Hi folks, i haven't posted for a few years due to a restoration project on my house, but i've still been riding the A10 regularly and it's still going as strong as ever.
I've recently returned it to original golden flash with the correct mudguards and nacelle etc, and now i have a new project in the form of a plunger B31 to keep me busy.

I guess i should change my profile pic of the A10 now as it has changed so much.

Cheers, Richard

1959 golden flash
1949 B31 plunger

Offline scotty

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Re: Re- introduction
« Reply #1 on: 08.11. 2020 17:54 »
Welcome back.......

Nice to have a twin and a single !

S

Scotty

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Offline muskrat

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Re: Re- introduction
« Reply #2 on: 08.11. 2020 19:31 »
G'day Richard.
Yes please post a pic of the GF in it's new clothes.
We also welcome pics/?'s/discussion on your B31 in here https://www.a7a10.net/forum/index.php?board=51.0
Cheers
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Re: Re- introduction
« Reply #3 on: 08.11. 2020 20:09 »
 *welcome* back

Offline flashblack

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Re: Re- introduction
« Reply #4 on: 08.11. 2020 20:32 »
Well, here goes, hopefully the picture will post
1959 golden flash
1949 B31 plunger