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sunny
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June 7, 2021 - 5:19 pm
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keeping   the  paper  work  is   handy      my  1950  BSA    it  was      i  expected  an   age   related   number     for  it    wen  i got  in  tuch  with  the   DVLA    thay  said   it  number  was  allready  in  use  and  asked  for  confeation    with  the my  paperwork     after  3  mouths or so    thay had  to agree    with  my  reg  numer  and clame    it   was about  a  year     later   i  got  wot  must  be  the  only  leter   with an apolerge     as   riten   confermtion   ,.,     the  reg and  old  log  book  had been  on  a   GOLDY    so  justis    was   done  for   the  1950  BSA     so  wether  its  LEGAL  or NOT 

 I know   its  a good  thing  for  the  DVLA   to  have  the LAST WARD    

the  two   i have now  went   over some  sea  water   wen leaving  the  BSA factory     for  the oldst one  a D5   allthow  it has  a  nice  reg  numbr  with 

633   in it  im  still   looking   for  moor  paperwork     to  back  up  its   first  reg  number   

so  its  1958   reg number  still  has a chance  of   terning  up  with   peple   selling  paperwork   over  the net .,. and  some  one    will  come  unstuck  if  i come across    it   ,.,  good   A ?

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Stoo63
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June 11, 2021 - 5:06 pm
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Oh-My-Giddy-Aunt!! I have seen it ALL now!!

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 '55 D3 Battery; '58 Square Four (project); '59 D1 direct lighting plunger; '59 Tiger Cub; '60 5TA;  '76 FS1-E; '91 GTR 1000;  '97 Honda Sky SGX50.

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June 11, 2021 - 7:03 pm
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Very shiny though! laugh

Mike H --

Murphy's 4th law of motion states that any small object that is accidentally dropped will immediately hide itself under a larger object.

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Rebore £50

piston etc £75

electronic ignition £300

silencer £120

exhaust pipe £80

bearings £80

carb £75

etc

It all adds up! (It’s not for me though!)

“There’s nothing new under the sun”.

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June 16, 2021 - 9:14 am
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D3 s/a lower chainguard - don't see these cropping up very often....

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