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Nice work Hawk...your Thunderbolt looks great!!!

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And it looks better than mine.
This picture is also year old, waiting for me to earn money and finally pay for her new top end.
My second bike ( modyfied Suz. GS1150 )in the background.

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well I got a picture in here???..It's a 1970 Firebird with Lightning pipes on it..Beezerbill

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I've had this one since 1974 [Linked Image]
This one is my good friend Bob's [Linked Image]

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I've been going to attempt uploading a photo for ages so I hope that this works.

1960 A10 Golden Flash in standard(stock)condition.

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My A10 at its best, loaded and ready waiting for me to stop mucking about...
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And the Sprucegoose with friends, its an M33 with chair nailed too it.
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Thanks for the compliment BSA Cafe. I have found out a truly amazing thing,The more money you throw at a bike, the more it starts to bleed you dry the better it looks

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Here is the 1960 BSA A-7 owned by Happy Hans in Germany. He allowed me to post this picture for him.

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This is one of the most enjoyable threads I've seen, and I'm not even a "BSA guy!"

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J Charles Smith sez;

"This is one of the most enjoyable threads I've seen, and I'm not even a "BSA guy!" "

Give us time, we will bring you over from the dark side laugh


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Could happen, Rich. Actually, I bought a new '71 A65T in London in 1972, rode it around Europe for a few months, then shipped it back to Maryland and sold it through the mc shop where I worked. It gave me zero problems - a good bike and a great buddy.

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Hawk: your very right...little over 7K..in mine (part of that was getting screwed on ebay)and I like lighning pipe better than the firebird pipes, but have both..Beezerbill

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None of 'em are mine (darn!), but there are a bunch of pretty BSAs pictured at www.classicmotorcycleday.org.

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No [Linked Image]w that I figured it out? I' post a pic?


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Maybe now I can sen a couple of pics. 1965 A65LR smile to all! [Linked Image][IMG]http://i107


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THANK YOU TO ALL WHO KNOW HOW TO DO IT (pictures). Sorry I cant help. K


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another pic

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Ken, (kenacu) did you change your mirrors?


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Here's one of my '70 441s with my daughter aboard. Yes she can start it herself.
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Here's my '66 Spitfire MKII Special
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Ger, Yup, I put on Napoleon bar end mirrors. They still blurr, but the view is 100% better, and they fold in.K [Linked Image]


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I used bar end mirrors for some months last year, but I took them off again. Even folded in they made the bike to wide for the door of my shed.


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1964 Lightning Rocket

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Until I have a better one..
67 Hornet in street trim

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