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    Stolen Daytona

    My 1972 T100R was stolen MAy 19th in Gainesville, FL. I description of suspects and truck they stole it in as well as a possible match of one of the suspects to another motorcycle thief. Frame number T100R PG40932 and engine T100C AD36883. The head and internals on the engine were taken from the original bike and are T100R parts. The casing with the matching number had a hole in it and was replaced. Email me at [email protected] if you want more info.


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    I'll forward this to Hutchinson Cycle and the T.I.O.C.

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    i dont think i need to say how much i think that sucks and this kind of behavior is just shitty. people can be such assholes.

    jc






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    Dude,
    I'm really sorry to hear that man. I hope that it turns up for you still in one piece. Its sad that you can't trust anyone anymore. Where I live at night if I leave something outside(bike, lawnmower, motor, I aircraft cable it to a tree, or else its gone in the morning. Best of luck, maybe watch Ebay for the parts, or talk to local motorcycle shops and tell them to call you if some one is calling for parts or info on the bike.


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