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Re: Malcolm "Britbodger" Dixon, R.I.P. [Re: GrandPaul] #359492 02/22/11 8:58 pm
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Got my patches today too, one will be put on display in BritBike Museum. Feels good that I rode his R3 that is on the patch. RIP Malcolm and thanks BMOA


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Re: Malcolm "Britbodger" Dixon, R.I.P. [Re: GrandPaul] #359505 02/22/11 10:45 pm
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Received my patches today as well. One will go on my leather jacket.



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Re: Malcolm "Britbodger" Dixon, R.I.P. [Re: GrandPaul] #359522 02/23/11 12:03 am
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Glad y'all got the patches. Jack and Rico are the responsible parties for getting the patches done, I merely helped them stuff the envelops.


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Re: Malcolm "Britbodger" Dixon, R.I.P. [Re: Lucky Strike] #359831 02/24/11 2:31 pm
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Got my patches as well; thanx guys.

Looking forward to New Ulm in May...


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Re: Malcolm "Britbodger" Dixon, R.I.P. [Re: GrandPaul] #359997 02/25/11 12:25 pm
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Hi
Thanks to BMOA for the patches, received mine last week and am impressed.

One patch is to be conceiled for posterity within Malcolms 1936 Douglas 600cc that I am now renovating and will keep here in UK (for my lifetime) in his memmory.

Malcolm dismantled this Douglas many years ago,intending to renovate it.
He unfortunately never returned and it was left with me as a multi part jigsaw puzzle, with many parts missing, (BLESS HIM!).
I will post some pics when there is something to show.

In the meantime Has anybody in the Huston area any knowledge of the whearabouts of Malcolms motorcycles that were removed from his Garage after his death, His next of kin would like to know
No detail here please but a contact address, email or telephone number, direct to me via PM on this board, would be appreciated.

Thank you GrandPul and everybody for all the help and kind thoughts.

HarryK

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Re: Malcolm "Britbodger" Dixon, R.I.P. [Re: HARRYKUK] #360025 02/25/11 4:43 pm
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Originally Posted by HARRYKUK
....snip....within Malcolms 1946 Douglas 600cc that I am now renovating and will keep here in UK (for my lifetime) in his memmory....snip...HarryK


HarryK, it does a heart good to see a friend respecting another friend's treasure. I know I could never own...or call something like that "mine"....I figure from what you've said...you might feel the same way?

Bodger would be proud....your a good man HARRYK and Bodger's a lucky man to have you as a friend.


Take care.....one of Bodger's many friends...Gordon Gray in NC, USA

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Re: Malcolm "Britbodger" Dixon, R.I.P. [Re: GrandPaul] #360517 02/28/11 12:30 pm
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Hey Harry, never met him but he sure set a standard! I think he may be helping with this R3 too. 30 days to start up,
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