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Offline ole thumper

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Different sort of plunger...
« on: 19.05. 2010 12:12 »
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Re: Different sort of plunger...
« Reply #1 on: 19.05. 2010 12:51 »
Good One OT, there's lots of crazies out there. I'm not alone. Looks like it should go, stopping might be a little hard.
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Re: Different sort of plunger...
« Reply #2 on: 19.05. 2010 15:46 »
I love that bike. Regarding stopping, why sweat the small stuff? Reading the comments and following the links, it appears to have been the pick of the show it was in.

I find it funny (wierd? or haha?) that a Japanese motorcycle shop names itself "Kamikaze". Nevertheless, it is an interesting outfit at this address: www.kamikazechop.com .

I have attached a photo I found on their site of a 3-engine A7/10 I'm certain is not of their making.

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Re: Different sort of plunger...
« Reply #3 on: 19.05. 2010 19:28 »
^^^ best so far !

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Re: Different sort of plunger...
« Reply #4 on: 25.05. 2010 21:59 »
no that's cool
1932 500cc rudge
1936 500cc cotton pyton
1952 M20 with B31 motor
1952 Plunger A10
1954 New Hudson Autocycle
1962 A10
1982 BMW R100