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PostPosted: Tue May 24, 2016 3:37 pm 
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Nice collection, where they from someone in your family? The Dragon Rally badges are quite collectable, probably £10-£20 each, if you have a cloth Dragon rally badge, they are worth a small fortune!


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 Post subject: Re: Classic Motorcycles
PostPosted: Tue May 24, 2016 4:14 pm 
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mikee wrote:
I built that for a forum build off , was in ps magazine too

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I need to do some better pics of it

Mike


That would tick all the right box's for me if i could have one but no licence or money and a great job of building it by the way mate as that's just pure class and has got me drooling 8) ..


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Built this for a friend, it used to be mine. :facepalm:

Apologies for my crap photography skills...


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andyz wrote:
Nice collection, where they from someone in your family? The Dragon Rally badges are quite collectable, probably £10-£20 each, if you have a cloth Dragon rally badge, they are worth a small fortune!


they were in a shed after i moved house last year.


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How old / classic / retro do you want to go.

1933 Norton ES2 500cc single

My dad still has it along with 5 other vintage Nortons all in various states of restoration. Latest project is an ex-War Department Norton 16H


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 Post subject: Re: Classic Motorcycles
PostPosted: Mon May 30, 2016 10:06 am 
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Nortons are really cool and i'd love to see pics of them and their condition they are in now ..


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 26, 2016 10:44 am 
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I don't own a motorcycle myself (except for a watercooled minimoto racer - doesn't count!!) but still love the motorbikes. Recently visited a new motoring museum north of Sydney which has a fabulous collection of cars and a few nice bikes. Just want to post some of the bikes on display which some of the readers may hold some interest. The collection has over 200 cars plus bikes and the most Ferrari and Lambo exotica under one roof this side of the world.


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That Gilera is beautiful!


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Gruff wrote:
That Gilera is beautiful!


Beat me to it! :D
One of the loveliest motorbikes ever made.


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andyz wrote:
Gruff wrote:
That Gilera is beautiful!


Beat me to it! :D
One of the loveliest motorbikes ever made.


Yep! i couldn't agree more and i like the BSA as well even though it's not in the same class theirs something about it that just appeals to me ;) ..


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