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Re: 1947 A7...
« Reply #15 on: 17.08. 2013 21:37 »
 I agree Richard. Maybe Rod was trying to sneak in quietly. Hard to do looking at the pics of his bikes.
A new name ? How about  BSA = Bsa's Surviving Australia . *smile*
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Re: 1947 A7...
« Reply #16 on: 18.08. 2013 06:52 »
Hahahaha at the name change ideas :)
To me I am still a newbie at restoring these beauties, and to the technical specifications etc. I do like/and try to learn as much as I can, and also like a bit of variety. Have already started next bike... 1971 Bsa Rocket3, 5speed... not my choice rhat one. But has to be done.
the next real resto that I want to do is a bike that has been here for a while in rhe corner under covers- 1937  1134ccKX Royal Enfield. Could be bad language here, but I like the look of it and love variety ;)

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Re: 1947 A7...
« Reply #17 on: 18.08. 2013 22:53 »
I would love to see the Enfield.
I have been building single engines for a fellow club member for some years now, pre-war & post-war, side valve & overhead valve.
He has an Enfield fetish and dreams about the V twins.
By the way, they are 1140cc. Double the 570cc S.V. single. Sorry, just nit picking. *smile*

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