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*droooooool*

must...resist...temptation...and pay....for race car....parts...instead.... *choke * sputter*!*

Very pretty ride. Wish I had the scratch and the riding ability.

paul wegweiser

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since this off topic .......

what happened to the black frame?

what happened to the chrome front fender?

trailer it up to British Bike Day at Auburn, MASS.

a early Sunday this coming June and sell it in a minute !

I promise you. Google the event for details

here's my very first scooter on top of Mt. Washington New Hampshire

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and my very first race bike - a very modified Commando

at Bridgehampton NY

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The front fender had an indecent according to the PO, my father, so he painted it... also the frame has always been silver? I would love to keep the bike but between the 02 and the Bug-eye Sprite cash flow is a bit low. I am hopping this bike with turn into an s14 for the O2.

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Im glad youre keeping the Sprite instead of the bike. My Dad has a Bugeye and I love those things.

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Just sold my Triumph 650.

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Still have my Midget. It is on the very far back burner.

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John

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