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Royal Enfield ......Rare find

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The other side apparently carried a duplicate of the arm of service serial, as per standard post-1941 practice.    '73' was an Infantry Brigade Company RASC in the 1944 listings. 

 

 

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Nice to see those 'other side' pictures Rik. Wish I'd seen them before. Always learning something new. Ron

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I thought you'd know, Ron. That's you in the background playing on the bombsite in your school uniform, isn't it ?

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Oh Bugger! I'd forgotten about that day in Reigate. Ron

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Another trialled WD/C (This is Noel Pope on a C6125 bike) and a later model WD/C (C7182 ?) on an East Midlands RASC trial (October 1942)

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Hi Ron

Good to chat a few days ago, the bike looks marvellous and I’m very much looking forward to seeing it in the flesh (after the ransom has been paid😉), very pleased with the end result. Thank you.

Thank you to Rik and Jan for their help too, without their help I wouldn’t be in a position to have the bike, Jan’s research into these early Royal Enfields is a benefit for everyone.

Ron, thanks again for restoring the bike and posting the progress here for others to share.

Ben

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