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Offline GlennMckenzie

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1926 CW project
« on: 16 Mar 2017 at 00:05 »
Hi,
I recently purchased a rough 1926 CW Frame. Its probably a bit too far gone for restoration purposes but perfect to hang up in the shed.
I have a spare set of crank cases and a couple of rusty CW Wheels that I would like to throw on it.
I would like to find the following parts.
Rusty Forks any condition with linkages if available.
Rusty seat
Rusty toolboxes
Rusty Barrels
Rusty Exhaust
Rough gearbox case or complete.
Rusty flywheel.
Rusty tinware.
Any condition considered as this is for display purposes only.
Thanks Glenn

« Last Edit: 17 Mar 2017 at 00:39 by GlennMckenzie »

Offline Alan Cun

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Re: 1926 CW project
« Reply #1 on: 17 Mar 2017 at 09:46 »
Hello Glenn, A CW frame just like yours found a new home at Maleny swap last weekend. I have a good frame if you want to decide to restore or whatever and possibly forks and gearbox.

regards Alan

Offline GlennMckenzie

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Re: 1926 CW project
« Reply #2 on: 17 Mar 2017 at 10:59 »
Hi Allan,

How are you going?
Good eye, you are correct, I purchased off Harrold this week who purchased it from a guy at Maleny swapmeet.
Met you a few times over the years and pointed you toward the Douglas Petrol tanks near the Coffee Van at Maleny Swap a couple of years ago.
I was the guy with a plastic bag full of Douglas Brake parts . Also purchased a CW off you about 10 years ago.
Not looking to restore this old girl but would like to put her back together.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Glenn