Author Topic: Douglas ???????? - (V-twin miniature described as a Douglas)  (Read 5758 times)

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Re: Douglas ????????
« Reply #1 on: 04 May 2006 at 08:15 »
i have already emailed the seller telling him if he doesnt sell many he will know why

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Re: Douglas ????????
« Reply #2 on: 04 May 2006 at 23:35 »
i have already emailed the seller telling him if he doesnt sell many he will know why

 :lol: It had me reaching for the few text books on vintage bikes  trying to find an elusive Douglas v-twin.Thansk for claryfying the situation

cheers Michael

P.S. unsure as to wether this might be more appropriate in "general discussion" ?
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Actually there is a V-twin Douglas, as special made from a Mark 5 an few years ago. Also forget not the Douglas V4 700cc prototype made back in 1907! But yes, I have seen adverts for these awful little sidecar outfit models for some time now. 

The continuation of the v-twin and v-four has been split off to its own topic, see here

Continue posting re- the toy model with sidecar in this topic.

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