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#836596 01/13/21 7:09 pm
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Finally got around to posting photos of my T-bolt Turing Bike.
Hmm, the preview doesn’t show the pictures

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BSA on eBay
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Oh good it worked

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Very nice buke!
The bags are beautiful.
Where did you get them?
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what are those exhaust tips??


1972 Triumph T120
1968 BSA A65
1968 MGB Roadster
1979 Chevrolet Camaro Berlinetta
1969 Honda Mini Trail
2004 Honda Shadow Aero
1949 Ferguson TE20 tractor
1975 yamaha xs650b
1972 Norton commando
2 olive drab WWII military bicycle replicas
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Bags are Shoei
Exhaust tips came from a low rider. Traded him for a tube of road flares.

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Nice looking, purpose built bike. Imagine there were lots of them back in the day. I like it.


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I've got one of those fairings on the shelf; now I want to put it on something!

Good work!

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They now do my bidding.
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got closeup pic of tips?


1972 Triumph T120
1968 BSA A65
1968 MGB Roadster
1979 Chevrolet Camaro Berlinetta
1969 Honda Mini Trail
2004 Honda Shadow Aero
1949 Ferguson TE20 tractor
1975 yamaha xs650b
1972 Norton commando
2 olive drab WWII military bicycle replicas
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GEEZ RICHARD !!!! I’ve been bugging you to post this, and I darn near missed it! That is a SWEET looking BSA!
OK, so now you have to post the bike and the wagon together....... ;~)


Down to ‘69 T120R now a Tr6R tribute bike
‘70 TR6C “happy in the hills”
‘67 A65L numbers match, “best effort” from basket *
Gone:
‘66 A65L“in ‘95 getting back in the game”+ empty ‘67 Case&Frame *
‘69 A65L
‘68 A65L “red bike” basket, sold & made whole by BB member
‘68 A65F nice Tribute bike
‘65 A50L bitsa from spare parts, Son’s fun
‘62 A10 Spitfire
‘65 T120R sad case, saved by BB member
'65 XLCH “scratched THAT itch”……
‘93 K1100RS heavy metal (should be gone, still here…)

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