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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by James Adams, Apr 3, 2009.
Roark panniers on a '51 Triumph in the Cross Country Chase.
I have a set of old Bates saddlebags that I am not going to use. Free if you pick them up.
They are in good shape but one has been repaired on the bottom. The locks work and have mounts from the previous bike.
Let me know if you are interested. I can send some pics if you want. Located long island new York.
Thats uh, really something to behold.
I've got a set of old ( I think 1950's era) Belgian army radio bags made out of OD green canvas I use. Might have spent $120 on the 2 in perfect NOS condition. Soaked with enough cosmoline that they are nearly waterproof and the bags must weight 5-6lbs a piece empty.Canvas is 1/8" thick and they have multiple layers in places like the bottom. They survived a high side crash with no damage in 2014.
Hard bags I like the looks of vetters or samsonites.
Not the best pic, but 70’s moto guzzi bags we put on my friends sportster
Oiled canvas bag out of Belgium.
Same bags i just build another set of pannier frames.
Same bags fit my Mystic
and also fit the R100R
1978 GS750EC but with (aftermarket?) spoked front wheel? (As well as the world's longest topbox....)
Lousy pic but just to add another brand (I don't think I saw Calafias so far?)