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post #21 of 44 (permalink) Old 05-14-2005, 08:05 AM
 
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Can't seem to get Slaintedan's last picture to post. I'm sure it's a good one if it is anything like the others. Somehow I don't believe I could get my boss to go for having motorcycles as "decorations" around the office!

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please fix that pic, im going to try to get some pics of my shop up.
Sorry, I don't know what the hell happened with that last pic.

This is an AJS 7R3 and the ultra-rare AJS E95 "Porcupine." (#2)

*edit: What the hell is with the size? When I posted from my PC the pictures came out small and now when I post from my laptop (Mac) the pictures are huge. Somebody help!
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post #22 of 44 (permalink) Old 05-14-2005, 08:11 AM
 
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Here's a pic of some workbenches. The AJSs are closest, then a G50, after that mostly MV Agustas.

*for the love of God, can somebody please help resize these pictures?!
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post #23 of 44 (permalink) Old 05-14-2005, 08:14 AM
 
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THE MAN!!!

*Again with the bigness?!
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Not a bad lineup, huh?
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Hey Slaintedan. Any of these bikes for sale? I'm looking in to racing a pre 1974 750 in AHRMA.

A few ccs short of a full litre.
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Hey Slaintedan. Any of these bikes for sale? I'm looking in to racing a pre 1974 750 in AHRMA.
Well, everything has a price, but we're not really looking to sell any of our collection. Every bike we own has extensive, documented race history (see: "Extremely Valuable"). Many of our bikes are one-of-a-kind works racers.

Is there a particular make/model you're interested in? Maybe I can help you find something.
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*for the love of God, can somebody please help resize these pictures?!

Done diddly donerino!

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Well, everything has a price, but we're not really looking to sell any of our collection. Every bike we own has extensive, documented race history (see: "Extremely Valuable"). Many of our bikes are one-of-a-kind works racers.

Is there a particular make/model you're interested in? Maybe I can help you find something.
Ducati Bevel, Triumph, Norton maybe even an old Harley$$$. late 60's up to '74+ (depending on technology).

Really didn't think I could afford most of what you mentioned but maybe some old bones or even a "complete" basket would work.

Ya can pm me about prices, $$$'s, Etc.

Thanks.

P.S. I'm in "are" of you and your desk views.

P.P.S.S. Thanks for fixing the pics Jester

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*edit: What the hell is with the size? When I posted from my PC the pictures came out small and now when I post from my laptop (Mac) the pictures are huge. Somebody help!
I have to edit all my pics before posting. I use Adobe and change the size. leave ratio on. Ya might also reduce the quality in your camera. But I havent tried this yet.

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