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#763651 01/27/19 11:22 am
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Took a short ride down to Railton (only 25 mins away) for their annual bike show. Actually the show was suposed to be on back in December but got rained out and rescheduled. The temperature was in the low 20's C (low 70's F) and a bit breezy but not to bad at all. The turnout was a little less than in the past but still some interesting machinery to be seen.

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My old girl after extensive repairs.

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BSA frame, Norton motor, T140 wheels and forks and pre unit Triumph gearbox.

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Not mine. '57 T110

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I wish I'd taken more photos of this one.

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1917 Levis

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Plenty of Oriental machinery there too.
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Some nice stuff parked outside the show too.
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A couple more from outside the venue.

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There were cars on show too but I only gtook a few pix.
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1962 EK Holden. I had one of these as my first car.

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1964 EH Holden

So there you have it. A most enjoyable afternoon out.


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That was a nice event. Thanks for the pictures.

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Never heard of a Holden auto. Nice show.


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Originally Posted by konon
Never heard of a Holden auto. Nice show.

Look up Pontiac G8.

Nice show, nice pictures, thanks.


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