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Offline bikerbob

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Different A10
« on: 26.03. 2011 16:10 »
Hi there
On the subject of different A10's here is a one that I snapped some years ago at a classic bike event in the North east of the UK it has been fitted with a Reliant Robin engine never seen it now for some time I wonder if it is still around, I know some people will be appalled at what has been done but everyone to their own taste.

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Re: Different A10
« Reply #1 on: 26.03. 2011 16:29 »
That might even be a goldie!

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Re: Different A10
« Reply #2 on: 26.03. 2011 18:36 »
The owner and good friend of mine lives near Darlington in NE England.  He built it several years ago and had been all over the continent on it.  It's normally seen two-up and hauling a trailer full of camping gear.

Oh...yes, it's still on the road and used regularly.

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Re: Different A10
« Reply #3 on: 26.03. 2011 19:21 »
Yes I've seen that one, remarkable little engines those Reliants, I had one (but in it's original container)
All the best - Bill
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Re: Different A10
« Reply #4 on: 26.03. 2011 20:43 »
Saw this at last years Fenmans.

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A10 Bitza project

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Re: Different A10
« Reply #5 on: 26.03. 2011 21:49 »
Here's one with a difference.  It just shows what can be done by using the A7/A10 frame as the basis of a bike.

 





I really do admire the guys that have the imagination and the skills to do this sort of work.

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