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Offline pato08

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Re: housing
« Reply #1 on: 07.04. 2014 08:56 »
Hate to say it, but I bought mine while living in UK 2 years ago for 420 pound, from a dealer in Scotland It is in very good condition, and
came with air cleaner still intact, no rust and no dents  *smile*
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Re: housing
« Reply #2 on: 07.04. 2014 09:14 »
Just being sarcastic, but if I ever want to sell my bikes, better take them apart and sell the bits then? Should at least triple the profit...... *shh*
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Re: housing
« Reply #3 on: 07.04. 2014 10:10 »
Bloody Norah , how much ?????? thats spoiled my cornflakes, BobH
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Re: housing
« Reply #4 on: 07.04. 2014 10:48 »
It's about time I stopped faffing around sorting my shed and got some of my spare bits up for sale, (that's bike bits lads)
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Re: housing
« Reply #5 on: 07.04. 2014 10:58 »
Crikey  *eek*. A club member just got a plunger and guess what part is missing *????* *rant* I'll have to review my estimate of their worth.
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Re: housing
« Reply #6 on: 07.04. 2014 13:21 »
Never liked aircleaners anyway ! now I know why ,bob
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Re: housing
« Reply #7 on: 08.04. 2014 09:29 »
If they're fetching that money then surely there is a market for reproductions.
Someone tell the Indian Enfield Co or whoever does the tin bashing over there!
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