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About snort

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  • Birthday 12/15/1953

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    Cambridgeshire
  • Interests
    Many but mostly vehicles, wartime and post war
  • Occupation
    Now thankfully retired.

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  1. Amazing, M20 are very nice. Yes, would have made a tidy sum today!
  2. Thanks for all your help, just to let you know I have managed to buy an Ariel WN/G 1945 which is the one I wanted. I liked the thought of an Ariel as they were liked by the troops. It needs a few jobs and should be ready for next season if all goes well!
  3. Yes, great day, I have done this run myself a few times.
  4. Yes, thanks for that, you would be correct and this is no good for me but thanks everyone.
  5. Snort is indeed a MVT member and has been for many years, however not on the Facebook page and I am waiting to be 'approved'. Until then I cannot see the bike but I thank you for the information and hopefully I will be able to see it soon as I am still looking ! Many thanks Steve
  6. I did look at this a couple of sales ago, quite smart and the bidding stopped I believe at £9000? (the landie)
  7. Hi All, I am still looking for a WW2 bike in any condition now, I seem to have picked a time to search when several people are looking, cash available. I have looked at Toms one and sadly it's not for me but an Ariel, Triumph or Royal Enfield would be nice. I would like to get something that's either complete that needs work or not. I didn't want postwar but there are certainly a lot more available in that era. Cheers.I will keep looking in all the normal websites.
  8. Thanks for that, looking into it.
  9. Thanks for that, there are several M20 about as you say, the G3L on Milweb sold over two weeks ago although the advert is still there, I was very keen but missed it.It may have to be an M20 but I was hankering after something different. It is my intention to buy a nice runner and also another project to tinker with as well, so I am looking in both camps.
  10. Hi, still looking for a nice WW2 British motorbike, cash available up to 8 grand, tried most of the known sites. Anyone know of anything? Many thanks.
  11. That's great news, well done to everyone.Good to hear in this day and age, people giving.
  12. Well done, I saw it being setup, anyone know just how much money it raised?
  13. I am sure someone on here was looking for one of these? https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1943-WW2-Airborne-Everest-Load-Carrier-Airborne-BSA-Parabike-British-Army/283524402773?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649
  14. I have a new one in its cardboard box that I bought a few years ago for my Jeep , it has been tried, I would sell it but I am not sure of its worth.
  15. I did manage to buy a new box from them about five years ago, about 250 quid I think. they were very helpful at the time.I wouldn't recommend trying to repair it as I understand it can go horribly wrong.However there are some clever people on here. Other vehicles also had them on but often different gearing, I once 'borrowed' one from a sugar beet harvester and needed twice as many revolutions of the steering wheel to get round.
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