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Tossing around the idea of a build for AHRMA classic 60’s. Looking for a dry frame A65 roller. Track only so paperwork is not necessary. I am located in Albany NY. Please let me know what you have and what youre asking. Thanks!

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I hope you get on well. I had a TON of fun scratch building my Bonneville 650 for AHRMA Historic Production Heavyweight, I should have done a 750 OIF. Have you ever raced at all? Been around friends that were racing (in the pits, assisting, etc?)

You are MUCH closer to several tracks than I ever was (way down in south Texas)


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You do have to be careful in some states if you ever get pulled over for a search, better have a Bill of Sale at least...


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Originally Posted by BSAonAnyDay
Tossing around the idea of a build for AHRMA classic 60’s. Looking for a dry frame A65 roller. Track only so paperwork is not necessary. I am located in Albany NY. Please let me know what you have and what you're asking. Thanks!

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I have a 1966 BSA A65L frame that I can make into a roller for $500. I'm not too far from you, just outside of Montpelier, VT.


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I have hornet 66 only need to find the rear wheel and put it on in south eastern Mich likewide $500

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Originally Posted by Jon W. Whitley
Originally Posted by BSAonAnyDay
Tossing around the idea of a build for AHRMA classic 60’s. Looking for a dry frame A65 roller. Track only so paperwork is not necessary. I am located in Albany NY. Please let me know what you have and what you're asking. Thanks!

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I have a 1966 BSA A65L frame that I can make into a roller for $500. I'm not too far from you, just outside of Montpelier, VT.


Thanks Jon. PM sent.

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have 1966 a65 frame rear tire . on criglist Rochester ny


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