Author Topic: No. of registered A7s/A10s???  (Read 623 times)

Offline MG

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No. of registered A7s/A10s???
« on: 07.08. 2010 10:08 »
Are there any official numbers on how many A-series bikes are still out there worldwide?
Bikes registered with the OC or something?

Porsche always campaigns with the fact that more than 70% of all cars ever produced still exist today. Can we beat that?  *smile*
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1956 A10 Golden Flash
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Re: No. of registered A7s/A10s???
« Reply #1 on: 07.08. 2010 10:29 »
Not something we want to shout about - if there's too many they'll scrap the historic vehicle category  *sad2*
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Re: No. of registered A7s/A10s???
« Reply #2 on: 07.08. 2010 13:56 »
I'd be very surprised I think I see more evidence of ones broken for parts than complete ones.

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Re: No. of registered A7s/A10s???
« Reply #3 on: 07.08. 2010 13:59 »
Are there any official numbers on how many A-series bikes are still out there worldwide?
Bikes registered with the OC or something?

Porsche always campaigns with the fact that more than 70% of all cars ever produced still exist today. Can we beat that?  *smile*


land rover used to say something similar about the landys running in africa .