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 Post subject: Re: she lives
PostPosted: Tue Sep 09, 2014 4:16 am 
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Hi Mike
Thanks for that the guy who writes that blog is a friend of mine and I only found it a couple of days ago myself and wasn't even sure where he got some of the pics he used but I have since tracked them down. we took the bike up to QLD for the Laverda club show and shine and got second in the completion class beaten by a 1919 Indan board racer that was professionally restored in the USA and cost a motsa! so I believe no disgrace there? Also the bike found a Dyno whilst in QLD and am very satisfied with the results 75.2HP from a very reliable motor that didn't give any problems at all and run on bowser fuel?
Sorry for the delay in replying but I haven't checked in in a while work has gone mad but shall be at concourse d'elegance in Sydney soon and then going to Broadford in Easter next year for a ride. So thanks for your input hope to catch up soon Regards Alan

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 Post subject: Re: she lives
PostPosted: Tue Sep 09, 2014 9:33 am 
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ybaf+tt2 wrote:
got second in the competition class beaten by a 1919 Indian board racer that was professionally restored in the USA and cost a motsa!


You were robbed! Else the Indian was pretty special.

I will track you down at the concourse d'elegance in Sydney, I will be there with the Monty.

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 Post subject: Re: she lives
PostPosted: Tue Sep 09, 2014 7:30 pm 
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well the Indian was nice but if you really wanted to be picky it did have stainless steel spokes which I suspect were not an original fitment but that was all I could see but the judging criteria was not so technical so I was runner up but they did have a hard time choosing there was much back and forthing between the two bikes so it was a near thing???
I will look forward to catching up in Sydney C U soon !!

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