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In the Strangest Places: #656737 06/13/16 3:09 pm
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So over the weekend I was in the Cleveland Ohio area (Berea OH).

Stopped for lunch at a restored rail road depot. This was just inside the door. Waitress said the owner had a bunch of them.

So what exactly is it?

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Re: In the Strangest Places: [Re: Alan_nc] #656738 06/13/16 3:43 pm
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Really cool is what it is. Looks like a early 20's BSA, no?

Re: In the Strangest Places: [Re: Alan_nc] #656739 06/13/16 3:46 pm
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" Round Tank " BSA , late 20's 250 cc , I believe.

Re: In the Strangest Places: [Re: Alan_nc] #656749 06/13/16 5:53 pm
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Originally Posted by Alan_nc
So what exactly is it?



An expensive place to buy a beer ?

laughing


Don't hide 'em, Ride 'em !!

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Re: In the Strangest Places: [Re: Alan_nc] #656790 06/13/16 11:02 pm
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Round Tank, pretty popular ride-to-work BSA.

Re: In the Strangest Places: [Re: Alan_nc] #656831 06/14/16 7:28 am
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Think it's a Model B... would look better on the road...



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