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Julians Scrambler spotted on Facebook
« on: 04.09. 2015 15:19 »
If you look toward the back of the room you may spot the Scrambler that JulianM entertained us with for so long. I miss those posts and hope the machine gets finished!
https://www.facebook.com/HistoricCompetitionServices/photos/pcb.1615499952056833/1615497955390366/?type=1&theater

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Re: Julians Scrambler spotted on Facebook
« Reply #1 on: 05.09. 2015 04:24 »
WOW!! go to timeline photos, down the bottom of page is video's. I'd like a job there just licking the tools clean. https://www.facebook.com/HistoricCompetitionServices/videos/vb.1486356678304495/1563150223958473/?type=3&theater
Only problem Julian was too quick walking around.
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Re: Julians Scrambler spotted on Facebook
« Reply #2 on: 05.09. 2015 09:43 »

 You Guyyssezzes eyes is better than mine..can't see anything in the 'pictures' Background but those videos is amaaazing, I also wanna be a tool pusher/sucker....I think that'd be on a list of places to visit- look out Jools... *eek*
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Re: Julians Scrambler spotted on Facebook
« Reply #3 on: 05.09. 2015 09:56 »
You Guyyssezzes eyes is better than mine..can't see anything in the 'pictures' Background

When I copied that link I was looking at a large picture, I could see the BSA clearly, when I click the link now it brings up a small image. Go figure, (as they say).

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Re: Julians Scrambler spotted on Facebook
« Reply #4 on: 05.09. 2015 10:39 »
Yep I got the small pic as well but the bike is in the right side at the back against the windows. Then again a quick glimpse in the video.
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Re: Julians Scrambler spotted on Facebook
« Reply #5 on: 05.09. 2015 20:25 »
With his shop open and, obviously, busy as hell, I can see why we haven't heard too much from Julian lately. If you're reading, mate, congratulations. Also obviously, we are all in awe of your other little hobby.

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