The Bultaco my father

Discussion in '2 smokers' started by IvanRR, Aug 2, 2012.

  1. IvanRR

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  2. stainlesscycle

    stainlesscycle Long timer

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    nice. i have a mercurio 155 - missing the sidecovers. - are those metralla side covers/tool boxes you fit on there?
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  3. Brendan J

    Brendan J ONE HACK AT A TIME

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    Sweet resto !!! :freaky
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  4. JeffPM

    JeffPM Been here awhile

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    Very, very nice!
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  5. brucifer

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    Excellent! Very nice work, man. :thumb
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  6. PSchrauber

    PSchrauber Been here awhile

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    It's was a pleasure to see the rebuild and I liked the last part of the video best. To see the bike running.

    You don't need many cubic cc for getting fun riding a motorcycle and you can have fun with 2 strokes too!

    Thank you very much!
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  7. IvanRR

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    My bike is a mercury mod.22 with plastic toolboxes. I put my mod.9 of metal for my taste are most beautiful. The buy in classic motorcycle markets.
    Thank you very much everyone. I see you like the video and the bike. I do not need many cc for fun. The pleasure of going out with this bike that my father bought in 1966 and I recover and restore is wonderful. Nice to friends .....:rofl
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  8. jcf

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  9. WU7X

    WU7X The Old Fart

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    Beautiful restoration my friend! Glad to see you saved that from the junkyard. Your father must be very proud of your work.:clap
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  10. retiredgentleman

    retiredgentleman Been here awhile

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    Beautiful bike there! The restoration is very well done indeed:clap
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  11. stainlesscycle

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    mine is also model 22. i've never seen the model 22 sidecovers for sale...now where to find model 9 tool boxes...
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  12. IvanRR

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  13. stainlesscycle

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    awesome! thanks!
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  14. darmst6829

    darmst6829 Been here awhile

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    1966 was a good year. A very capable motorcycle with a nice look to it.
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  15. perterra

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    Excellent, great looking bike.
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