Rohan wrote:How does a BSA Dealer get delivery of the first 2 Manxes ? !!
Rohan wrote:This is your 3rd post on these points, and by now we are all totally confused !
Tell us (more) precisely how a BSA Dealer (your words) acquired a Manx Norton ?
Did or did not your father and this Mark race against each other (your words) on this pair of manx nortons ?
And how it is that a 'catalog manx' (your words) has a kickstart gearbox - my catalog shows a race gearbox, no kickstart. In fact, the words 'kickstarter' and 'manx norton' do not generally go togther...
Some of us are using words very loosely here.
Yes I know this is being picky, but if it is possible to read this in more than one way....
Nice story, once the misinterpreatations are out of the way.
Nice bike too.
Bernhard wrote:that is until……. a certain ex Norton engineer named Doug Hele blew the rule book wide open when his rider won the 1970 Daytona on a 500 Triumph. This later became known as the 500 Daytona.
beng wrote:I owe you an apology Rohan, I am sorry
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