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    Senior Member NZVW's Avatar
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    Ask and you shall receive.

    There is a site in the UK called "Car and Classic" and there is one for sale there.

    Pretty cool bike actually.

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    Mark

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    Iím 56. I have 4 of these.
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    A part isn't purchased until paid.

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    Senior Member BrentF's Avatar
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    Back in the day. Headed north on Hwy 400
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    Brent
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    Just got this patina-ed beast running again...75 R75/6

    Completely stuck as a result of a flood and being varmitized. Resucitation vs restoration. I love bringing things back to life.
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    Senior Member haul's Avatar
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    the moto morini is an all time
    classic…absolutely understandable to have more of them…

    enjoy & safe rides

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    63 650 gray silver bikinitub triumph thunderbird
    70 650 astralred silver triumph bonneville
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    Senior Member Gumby's Avatar
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    Your now on the way to saint hood..nice work on the 75/6
    very good parts availabilty and support
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    1974 BMW R90/6
    1986 Carrera, Plan "B"
    1987 BMW K100RS Motorsport
    2004 BMW X3 6 speed manual transmisson

  7. #97
    Quote Originally Posted by Gumby View Post
    Your now on the way to saint hood..nice work on the 75/6
    very good parts availabilty and support
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    Thanks! Already a member and yes the forum has been very helpful. Nice bike!
    registry# 1283

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    Machine work on Pratt & Whitney crankcase.. mechanical engineering marvel :


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