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Mark Tiller
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Re: Newbie in Cotswolds

#16 PostAuthor: Mark Tiller » Tue Feb 20, 2018 5:39 pm

welcome in Will, we have monthly meets during the summer for beds/bucks/herts/ox/middx, you are welcome to attend when fit

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Re: Newbie in Cotswolds

#17 PostAuthor: Philippe » Tue Feb 20, 2018 5:46 pm

Hi Will
when you reply , you see at the bottom of the screen "Options" and "Attachments".
Click on "Attachments" and then on "add files"
You can then select in your computers the picture you want to add. Give it a dubbleclick and you'll see that it's loaded. Afterwards you can put it in your reply.
Try it, you can't do anything wrong!
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Re: Newbie in Cotswolds

#18 PostAuthor: Will27 » Tue Feb 20, 2018 6:47 pm

Thanks this is it when I bought it before I started and I no front mudguard is on wrong way round :D
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Re: Newbie in Cotswolds

#19 PostAuthor: Philippe » Tue Feb 20, 2018 7:01 pm

Hi Will
you did it! Thanks for the pics! She's looking very good and it's a very good base to start from. Go for it!
Cheers
Philippe
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Re: Newbie in Cotswolds

#20 PostAuthor: Will27 » Tue Feb 20, 2018 9:15 pm

Philippe wrote:Hi Will
you did it! Thanks for the pics! She's looking very good and it's a very good base to start from. Go for it!
Cheers
Philippe


Thanks I was intending to go modify route swinging arm inverted forks modern brakes etc ,but once I got it running I liked it how it is and thought I would Finnish what previous owner started but the Elr fairing etc are proving hard to find , here are couple of pics of my other bikes
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Re: Newbie in Cotswolds

#21 PostAuthor: pertonpc » Tue Feb 20, 2018 10:33 pm

Hi Will,
Don't know too much about the two little (brit?) bikes but I need to get acquainted with that lush LC you have there.
Looks like a corker.
Sounds like there may be enough of us round here to make a meet up worth while in the Spring.
Mark
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Re: Newbie in Cotswolds

#22 PostAuthor: Philippe » Wed Feb 21, 2018 4:55 am

Hi Will
your other bikes look great! The RD 350 LC in that color was my dream when i was 18 years old, never had one though. Maybe one day ... time will tell.
Greetings
Philippe
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Re: Newbie in Cotswolds

#23 PostAuthor: Will27 » Wed Feb 21, 2018 10:56 am

Cheers they are Bsa a10 650 1961 just rebuilding engine on this and a Francis Barnet Falcon 1963 197 cc , the rd has been rebuilt and goes well , I have had bit of clear out lately sold a gs1000e and a verseys 1000 :D


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