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Good gods.....that's gorgeous! I love the braided fuel line (with fittings!!!)
 

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nice joe.
definitely has the look...old country/home and period of cafe. prepare for the clubman abuse..., great work all around.
-parks
ps. how's it run/ride/feel/sound?
 

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thanks guys....the bike is a bsa alloy clipper off road bike that i found it in wv...the bike was a mess,damaged frame and swing arm and engine in need of an overhaul.
i usally buy bikes in bad shape but this one was worse than i thought....
only original photo's are hard copies...i'll see if i can figure out how to post [email protected]
 

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He even filled out his bio.
 

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Some nice stuff, I just can't quite deal with the price tag.

http://minneapolis.craigslist.org/dak/mcy/1527254061.html

I hope he gets it since it increases the market for nice cafes everywhere. Considering what people will pay for chopper abortions, it would be nice to see them spending some money on bikes that actually work.

Ken
 

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quote:prepare for the clubman abuse...,
Yeah, but there are two kinds of clubmans. The ones that are original and indigenous to British cafe racers, and the "hey why are these bars upside down" kind. These appear to be the former.

quote:Some nice stuff, I just can't quite deal with the price tag.
I sure would agree personally, but if it is a real Gold Star and not a replica, people will pay ridiculous amounts.

Man, it sure is pretty. If it runs as good as it looks...
 
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