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Offline WozzA

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Died & gone to HEAVEN
« on: 23.01. 2012 10:52 »
My mate from Townsville is down staying with me for a week or 2 & we went out to CLASSIC MOTORCYCLE WAREHOUSE in Seaford today...   We both thought we had died & gone to British motorcycle heaven..  wink2   some pics 4 your enjoyment...   *smile*











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Re: Died & gone to HEAVEN
« Reply #1 on: 23.01. 2012 16:09 »
I am not greedy the BSA Vee twin will do for me.
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Re: Died & gone to HEAVEN
« Reply #2 on: 23.01. 2012 16:20 »
Many great bikes to look at, but in Heaven, this bike (from the Warehouse website) would only be US$8,379 if I was selling it, not if I was buying it.

Richard L.
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Re: Died & gone to HEAVEN
« Reply #3 on: 23.01. 2012 21:05 »
The Vee Twin is very nice indeed, but what is the girder rigid in the fourth photo? Reg no: RSK 318. Has a panel in tank and fish tail exhaust looks like might be a Sloper?
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Re: Died & gone to HEAVEN
« Reply #4 on: 24.01. 2012 02:08 »
just MIGHT be LJ...

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Re: Died & gone to HEAVEN
« Reply #5 on: 25.01. 2012 20:29 »
I'll take the Egli - don't bother wrapping it...
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Re: Died & gone to HEAVEN
« Reply #6 on: 26.01. 2012 02:18 »
thanks wozza now i have a goal in life
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Re: Died & gone to HEAVEN
« Reply #7 on: 23.03. 2012 08:16 »
Thanks for the pictures Wozza. The Y13 belongs to Jon the owner and not for sale, the Triton is owned and was built by the resident mechanic. And the Thunderbolt is mine, now. Cheers TC
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Re: Died & gone to HEAVEN
« Reply #8 on: 23.03. 2012 08:26 »
TC mate... I bet you keep sweet with Jon... 
we had a good sit down chat with him while we were there..
He's a very knowledgeable man..    *idea*
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