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Couple Norton Projects just completed... #247840 04/12/09 12:27 am
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Mike Carter R.I.P. Offline OP
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Far from stock but My Brother and I had a ton of fun building these.. The Red one is mine and started as a 75 Mark III. The black one is a Combat..My apologies to the purist but the 75 was a rusty lump and the Combat was pieces.. Cheers
http://rides.webshots.com/album/570986959AVMyeJ



Mike and Dave Carter

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Re: Couple Norton Projects just completed... [Re: Mike Carter R.I.P.] #247851 04/12/09 2:27 am
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Very nice

Re: Couple Norton Projects just completed... [Re: Mike Carter R.I.P.] #248021 04/13/09 3:14 am
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I would have liked a few shots of the timing side as well.

Other than that, you have NOTHING to apologize for.


GrandPaul (does not use emoticons)
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Re: Couple Norton Projects just completed... [Re: GrandPaul] #248169 04/13/09 11:02 pm
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Ya, he does have something to apologize for. I was looking forward to riding that thing in May!!! Mike's letting his job stand in the way of my fun. Can You believe that?


Rich (last remaining member ThreeMustGetBeers)
"It's not always about going fast. Sometimes it's nice to slow down" (Wendy E.2016)

69 bonney
72 commando
75 commando interstate
06 Suzu..Suzu.. uh appliance
couple of beesas a ducati
and the Snake Bike
and a Honda?
Re: Couple Norton Projects just completed... [Re: Richrd] #248171 04/13/09 11:13 pm
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I am not happy about not being able to go on the ride Richrd..It is killing me..My Bother and I are gonna take the bikes to a leather fest in Leesburg Fla and see how they stack up against the modern Bikes ...should be interesting.. How is the BSA coming? I have the engine out of the cafe and have started ordering parts to fix it.. This stuff is fun ..Ain't it?? I will post some more pics this weekend may have a few more friends going with us

Cheers and Hit 421 real hard for me...I really like that road

Mike Carter

Re: Couple Norton Projects just completed... [Re: Mike Carter R.I.P.] #248587 04/16/09 1:44 am
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Nice job Mike and Dave. They look pretty cool. Will they be at VMD?


JT441
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Re: Couple Norton Projects just completed... [Re: JT441] #248639 04/16/09 10:44 am
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No need for apologies - job well done. :bigt

Blapper redwine

PS I got a 'Malware' warning when visiting that site... Just thought I'd say.

Re: Couple Norton Projects just completed... [Re: Blapper] #248772 04/17/09 12:56 am
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Mike Carter R.I.P. Offline OP
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Blapper I believe it is a Data miner..almost all sites I visit have them anymore..I use adaware (free) and clean them up every week .. Sorry man

Cheers

Mike Carter


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