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#845370 04/07/21 8:11 am
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My nephew in Washington DC has got the bug! Naah not that Covid one, the Ol' bike one. And as we know, there's no jab for this disease.
He has a really nice A50, but now is looking for some other project. Now... what am I going to advise him? An 'orrible Enfield? a nasty notrun? a tinny trumpet?
Well, I think you'll agree, a Velo is the go. So, we're looking for probably a MAC, or MSS, -enough to start a build ie Engine gearbox and frame at least, or a complete one probably needing some work. Even a Venom, but perhaps the budget won't stretch to that, who knows.
He's a good bloke and deserves a Velo!

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i am selling early 50's mac 350 - rough as a cob but starts runs and shifts without issue . needs a belt for the generator and a though going over/restore. last on the road in 1975 . working chronometric ( trip meter as well as odometer working ) showing 14300 miles located 30 miles south of daytona beach fl. contact via direct email for photo's / additional info is best [email protected] thanks don J.


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