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john schicker
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February 11, 2020 - 7:06 pm
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Hope you all enjoy  .Paint work base coat clear  sand blasted and conpleat rebuild  .In my panel and paint shop  

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February 11, 2020 - 7:12 pm
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February 11, 2020 - 8:19 pm
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Stunning John, beautiful work. Are you entering her into any shows?

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February 11, 2020 - 9:54 pm
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Very nice…….

Running and project bikes from 1912 -2005..........She hasn't said stop yet.........

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Hi there blue  no not realey im 77 and like restoring things  if aney one on the painting would like some info .send me a email and i will try and help.....Im restoring a trojan Mini motor to go on a push bike .looking for the lifter to take it off the rear tyre  .......john

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Wow absolute stunner!

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john schicker said
Hi there blue  no not realey im 77 and like restoring things  if aney one on the painting would like some info .send me a email and i will try and help.....Im restoring a trojan Mini motor to go on a push bike .looking for the lifter to take it off the rear tyre  .......john  

Thanks John, nice offer.

I just had to google the Trojan Mini Motor...I like it...** Please log in to view **

Likewise, if I can be of any help tracking down anything in UK.....send a message to my inbox.

Some of those linkages and levers look fairly easy to fabricate using a copy or from measurements...or even by `guesstimate`

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Yes you are correct i will try and fabricate one by looking at photos might start first with panel steel  and then if it works copy to the thicker metal .I will keep in touch ...john from new zealand 

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Your bike looks lovely John. Shinier than when it left the BSA works, I bet. Hope you're getting out on it and enjoying the riding ! Ken.

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Hi bantammad ere that’s a cracker credit to your skills must be the age thing learning over time happy days Les

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Hi bantammad ere John last year I sold two trogon powered push bikes all up and running on the road just a point one had the cable operated lever on the handle bar to lift the engine from the tyre. The other had the level at the rear you engaged that first mounted the thing pulled in the decompression lever and pedal away and so on the lever was just like a big version of a amal choke lever that set up could be easer to make just a through I wonder if I have any photos of them the lifting arrangements that is will have a look see regards Les 

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