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#490219 05/14/13 8:55 pm
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Hey fellas, I hope this is the right sub-forum to make this post. I just signed into britbike.com and this is my first post. My interest is vintage bikes and that's why I'm here. Thanks for clicking on this thread. Have a good one. You'll see my questions in the future.

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Welcome, Marc. I suppose a cyber-pub is as good a place as any to introduce yourself.


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Hey Marc, howdy, I'm new here myself. Recently,I joined this site and couldn't be more pleased. Everyone, I've had answer my questions are very helpful and give great support and input.I plan to be as active as I can, and will review all posts as permit. Welcome, Ken

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Hiya mark,welcome from us kent ale drinkers over the pond beerchug

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Originally Posted by baza57
Hiya mark,welcome from us kent ale drinkers over the pond beerchug


And us scotch drinkers (only thing I like haha) on this side of the pond. smile

Welocome aboard.

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Good to have you here and thanks for introducing yourself! Looking forward to any insights, questions, advice, or even poison pen letters you might contribute! Well, not too poisonous ... !

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Speaking of which, what's your poison, Marc? Triumph, BSA, Norton, Ariel, Matchless, mongrel?
Welcome! We will do our best to learn from/teach/entertain you.
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Welcome Marc! You will find an amazing assortment of folks here with the Britbike knowledge of the ages. This forum is a rare creature in the world of forums...nice folks that truly want to help you out. I look forward to reading your posts.

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Hi Marc! What part of "upstate" are you from? We live in Onondaga County - Onondaga - an old Indian word meaning "Land of High Taxes".
What bikes/projects do you have?
Whatever your interest check out the NY State Calendar linked below.
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Welcome Marc,
enjoy yourself and hope you enjoy it here.


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You have a question, some one here will know the answer. If you are really lucky, 3 or 4 people will have different answers, and they will all work!

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Welcome from Texas.


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Hi Marc. Welcome to the best MC forum I know of.


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Hello Marc, I am out touring with my lovely daughter just popped in for coffee, ask your questions lad worry not, you'll get an answer. BUT as a new member, it is our custom for you to buy the beer beerchug


I'm from the SOUTH, the Deep South

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