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Some time ago...probably 20 or more years....I came across this deck of cards. They were second hand when I got them - and I cannot remember if they were given to me or I bought them from an op shop or some sale? All I do know is I have had them for a long time and had even forgotten that I had them....until my recent move [new home] when I 'rediscovered' them.
There are some really rare and interesting drag racing motorcycles and engine types from a bygone era. Hope they of interest to the forum.
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Cool!


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I should say that if you hold down CTRL and hit the plus[+] key a few times it will zoom in, if you then hold CTRL and hit the minus key the same number of times it will take you back.

If people are really interested I can do individual scans.....but tbh, I'm lazy and would need strong interest.

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Got one for a Vincent Comet called "Mighty Mouse " ??


Don't hide 'em, Ride 'em !!

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No sorry....I copied all I had, if its not there then I don't have it.


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