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  1. Dorset's Finest Ride In Event! For the second time The Tank Museum is hosting the Wheels of Steel ride in event, to end off the season. This fundraising ride in provides a great social atmosphere with proceeds going to The Tank Museum and other local charities. Tigers Children Motorcycle Display Team We will also be having a childrens motorcycle display team at the Museum producing exciting displays for you to watch and enjoy! The performance will last approximately 45 minutes. Please click here to find out more about the display team. Trade Stands, Exhibitors and Classic Bikes Catering Facilities Tanks in Action Display Close to Dorset's stunning 95 mile stretch of Jurassic Coastline Live Entertainment Our last Tanks in Action Display of the summer holidays will take place in our Kuwait Arena with life like explosions, thundering engines and expert commentary. Not to be missed!
  2. Anything wanted from 1936 to 1945. Private collector sp top money offered, in bits of complete, please contact me asap. Thanks
  3. I have a '61 Matchless G3L. I have been told its from Norway but I was wondering if anyone knew more about the bike and weather it is possible to get a service history for the bike. It has 'Cevuld Met' on one side panel and wondered if anyone knows what it means. Pictures etc are here, http://www.jackstringer.co.uk/bikes/Matchless_G3/ Thanks, Jack Stringer
  4. Hello I am Jack Stringer and I have just started my move into Classic bikes and Military stuff. I have bought a Matchless G3LS, http://www.jackstringer.co.uk/bikes/Matchless_G3/ I don't have much planned for the bike yet, other than cleaning and registering it (age related plates), all I will be doing it riding it. It has a wrong side gear leaver and its upside down so that will take a few trips to get used to it. Jack Stringer
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    Hi all, Just a quick inivitation if anyone is in my neck of the woods and has a military motorcyle - any type, any era, the more unusual/rare the better! You may have seen some of the recent Ian Allan books that Pat Ware (ex-CMV Ed) has authored - Land Rovers, Harleys, Red Ball, etc - and theres another one in the pipeline on bikes. If anyone fancies the possiblity of getting their bike in print then PM me and maybe we can get together and take a few snaps. We did this last year for the Harleys book and I think it went well. I'm in Kent, so anywhere surrey/sussex/kent/london woud be ok. Theres no guarantee they'll end up in the book as its down to the Editor what they use, but I'll give you a CD of the pix and if we can swing it a copy of the book if the pix are used in it. Its all good fun! Phil (zoomer)
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