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Thanks Rick, it hardly seems any time since it came out and I paid full price for mine.

 

Cheers mate, just what I needed to see :angry:

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Tis an interesting read; got my copy via Amazon last year, with another military m/cycle book, as a special;

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not sure what make this is but thought the motor cycle collectors would like the photo

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Le caporal Philippe Castailloux, motard, du régiment de la Chaudière, demande la direction d'un lieu au Sergent T.S Giles, No 4 Provost Company

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Now that's what you call a real mans bike

BSA's etccc... are for wimps

By the way I'm not biased of course

Commander

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Now that's what you call a real mans bike

BSA's etccc... are for wimps

By the way I'm not biased of course

Commander

 

 

Pah!!! INDIANS are real mans bikes! left hand throttle rules :tup:

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Pah!!! INDIANS are real mans bikes! left hand throttle rules :tup:

 

 

 

 

said with NO hint of any BIAS,.............of course;. :whistle: :-D

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Now that's what you call a real mans bike

BSA's etccc... are for wimps

 

 

:? :? :?

BSA WM20's were still in service into the 1960's, before the B40 was called up. I do not remember the oily old Norton lasting that long :evil:

 

Not biased of course, only owned BSA's since 1969 :tup:

 

Richard

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:? :? :?

BSA WM20's were still in service into the 1960's, before the B40 was called up. I do not remember the oily old Norton lasting that long :evil:

 

Not biased of course, only owned BSA's since 1969 :tup:

 

Richard

 

 

only 1969 got my first real bike in 1966 a Norton

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