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Discussion in 'Photos' started by 2manyrides, Nov 25, 2010.
[/IMG]Outside of a Some motorcycle shop in LA that Has A huge sign that says Vincent Motorcycle. They sell and work on them and others. I ve been told this is sporting a HD Servo car rear end
maybe you can go back in to the post and straighten out the screwed up sideXside pic stuff. Also interested in a full view of the creation
we have the technology...
Just picked this up. Vintage1968
Although there's alot there to work with...
I assume you've got your work "cut out" for you.
I gotta get up to the vintage nights there at paco's tacos this year just to check the scene.
One of the first bikes I ever rode...fire trails in the San Gabriel mountains and really fun.
Beware of the kickstarter on that thing; the occasional backfires can just about throw you over the bars!
I am not sure when they start that up again but its a pretty cool scene. Look me up this summer. I almost allways show up.
I usualy see C/L ads about thursday nights at paco's starting in april some time.
Sure, we could try to hook up.
What's the plan forr the 441? Where's she at now other than missing a few accessories?
devils staircase road by Rian2008, on Flickr[/IMG]
P3271767 by Rian2008, on Flickr[/IMG]
Nawww.......that's not a Fury, it's a Triumph Bandit that someone re-badged!
WOW :eek1 Learn something new every day.... ! Well, maybe not so much lately but not necessarily for lack of trying. Today I've learned something I never knew!
BUT the question remains: Were these in production, then, or no? Google search comin up!
Thanks for that link...
The frames are well thought of and I know of one B50 fan who is building a fury out of parts. Some of which are having to be manufactured. What a tough project!
Here is a link to his thread on that, on the B50.org web site.
Give it a few moments to bring it up, as for me anyway the b50 website has been a bit slow lately.
The link above was checked as I made the post. But moments later I was unable to access the site at all.
It's a good link, but they might be currently experiancing server trouble.
Interested ADV's should give it time and be persistant at checking the 3 pages of discussion about this build.
My 1965 Cafe racer built by my son and I. Base bike is a 65" 650 lightning, we did everything but the paint work!
Not mine but a mate's who loves restoring BSAs, Nortons and Triumphs
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