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    Picked up an old RG500 Gamma.

    Beastly at 365lbs wet with about 100hp at the wheel.

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    ‘66 TT Special
    1969 911T - sold
    2001 911 Turbo - sold
    1996 911 C4S - returned
    1982 911SC - gone
    1960 356 Roadster - sold

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    Quote Originally Posted by 911TES View Post
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    ‘66 TT Special
    love it
    59 750 pre unit triton
    63 650 gray silver bikinitub triumph thunderbird
    70 650 astralred silver triumph bonneville
    65 912 slate gray "erwin"
    73 914 ravennagreen "ferdl"

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    I bought this bike new in 1979... Still ride it occasionally.
    It is the other " air cooled 6" in my garage..
    In it's day the fastest Production bike you could buy.
    Foul handling due to a 23 lb frame and plastic swing arm bushings..
    I weighed 140 lbs and it didn't even know I was on it.

    I lusted after the 6 into 6 exhaust from Australia for many years
    but had a hard time justifying the cost..
    More than 1/2 the cost of the bike new. BUT, it did happen..

    Now sounds like an F1 car when you get it to around 9000 rpm..

    We are both dinosaurs now....

    I'll be 67 in a few months...

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    Hang on.
    Does this count ?

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    I have a nice original 68. Though I don't ride it like I should.
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Size:  89.2 KBAttachment 557880Attachment 557881This summer I bought a few vehicles frim an old friends estate. Two camper vans, 67s, 78 targa, 6 vintage bmws and a 64 honda trail 90. I fell in love with the early bmws. Very cool and I have 3 of them running now.
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    ‘Member these. Restoring a 1968 BC1300
    1969 911T - sold
    2001 911 Turbo - sold
    1996 911 C4S - returned
    1982 911SC - gone
    1960 356 Roadster - sold

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    Along with that Bonanza, it would be nice to avoid dealing with batteries on bikes. Alternative of a magneto seems a good way to go -- 9: 50 on Jay's Indian is highlighted..

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