Wanted T/GT500 l/h barrel

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garry55
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Wanted T/GT500 l/h barrel

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Anyone got a scrap T/GT500 left hand barrel?
Doesn't matter what damage it has incurred, it will be getting a lot more!
Thanks
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Re: Wanted T/GT500 l/h barrel

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Hi Gary, I might have one in my stash of highly valuable unobtainium box scrap box. I’ll have a look tomorrow :D
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Re: Wanted T/GT500 l/h barrel

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thanks Paul. thumbs up gif............ :D
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Re: Wanted T/GT500 l/h barrel

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Sorry Gary I’ve just emptied my stash box out and I must have binned it :cry:
Mind you it was a fully tuned TR spec barrel done by Ron at Fahron engineering that suffered a major blow up when the top of the piston came off at Darley Moore on my TR500 replica. I seem to remember it was comprehensively fooked :oops:
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Re: Wanted T/GT500 l/h barrel

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that was just what I wanted - something I could butcher even more!
Never mind - thanks for looking.
Garry.

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