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Alan H
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Expensive Kettle.

Post by Alan H »

Just been sent a couple of pics to 'see what I thought'.
So here they are, as I don't think much of '12 grandsworth'. Yes that's what it was bought for apparently. :o
So what does everyone else think........
The exhausts are novel ain't they?
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Proof that four strokes are over complicated
Roger Ackery
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Re: Expensive Kettle.

Post by Roger Ackery »

:shock: Expensive :!: :!: :!: when I saw 3 bikes I thought it was a "job lot"
& still thought it was expensive :lol: :lol: :lol:
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teazer
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Re: Expensive Kettle.

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That must be the 73 and 3/4 model.
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malky
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Another bitza - could have had my A model for that - I'm starting to think about selling her as the old knees are starting to play up and finding the bike a bit heavy now :(
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