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Nicola, when looking that Your first foto, came to my mind, that You put Your Pasos to mens and womens toilet..... :laugh: It was just joking only.... so dont take this seriously!!!!... :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

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Finnpaso wrote:
Nicola, when looking that Your first foto, came to my mind, that You put Your Pasos to mens and womens toilet..... :laugh: :laugh:

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Toilet...
This might be a good solution to wash them! :funny: :funny:

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Nice, that You understood... :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

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Here is my Mistress parked in her home, this is in maintainance mode as she would normally be slotted in bedind the Statesman under the cover to allow my Patrol in where teh bikes are sitting now.

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The shed certianly needs a good clean up...actually compared to the way it was when I walked out of it last night I think it is actually pretty tidy here :oops:

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nice K. I miss mine. :mrgreen:


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Thanks Mike, unfortunately mine has also gone & is very sadly missed, at least the mate I sold it to looks after her passionately. I have noticed that you are listing an '83 R80 Cafe racer in your list of bikes, any chance we could see some pics of that beast as I am also thinking of doing similiar for the next project (when I am not sure but I am gathering ideas)

I also heard you very keen on na MV F4, (from mvagusta.net) is that a possability?

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redpaso wrote:
Thanks Mike, unfortunately mine has also gone & is very sadly missed, at least the mate I sold it to looks after her passionately. I have noticed that you are listing an '83 R80 Cafe racer in your list of bikes, any chance we could see some pics of that beast as I am also thinking of doing similiar for the next project (when I am not sure but I am gathering ideas)

I also heard you very keen on na MV F4, (from mvagusta.net) is that a possability?


I will create a thread with some pictures of the build-up of the R80. It's been a bitchin fun project that's actually been VERY economical due to all the parts I sold off. Stay tuned.


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