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Offline Bob

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My 1914 - 2 3/4 hp
« on: 24 Jan 2009 at 09:57 »
Here she is , not bad to start with, motor needs a bit of work, otherwise OK, Bob Cowie.





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Offline Alan Cun

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Re: My 1914 - 2 3/4 hp
« Reply #1 on: 25 Jan 2009 at 07:06 »
Hello Bob, Glad to hear you have purchased the bike one of which I have parted with as being a double up to my collection. I sold the machine to Merv but I believe the lack of a clutch and the fact that Merv had an artificial leg was his decision to pass it on. The machine was finished off by my mate Des  to what we insist was a museum state of restoration. Sorry about the condition of the front forks too but they were all we had at the time. As for history before restoration too many Dougs to remember.  If you are thinking of replacing the pistons JP Adelaide. Otherwise I dont know what other parts the club can provide. Hope to see you on a Vintage and Veteran event one day in the future.   regards Alan

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Re: My 1914 - 2 3/4 hp
« Reply #2 on: 30 Jan 2009 at 20:29 »

Hi Alan, I am very happy with my purchase, I will enjoy working on the motor, Thanks for your reply. Bob.


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