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Offline Goldy

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Some BSA
« on: 04.12. 2011 14:37 »
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Offline mike667

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Re: Some BSA
« Reply #1 on: 04.12. 2011 16:37 »
i want to poke my eyes out after seeing that thing
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Re: Some BSA
« Reply #2 on: 04.12. 2011 22:13 »
Another waste of time and space! 70,000 quid, dream on idiot!
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Re: Some BSA
« Reply #3 on: 04.12. 2011 22:50 »
I wish that bloke lived next door to me, I have some engineering needs for my old A10 i think he could help me with.  *help* (like fabricating a repo back guard)  *work*

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Re: Some BSA
« Reply #4 on: 05.12. 2011 06:36 »
With bars that wide he must have concerns about handling  *eek*
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