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Brits on 66 motorcycle show and swap meet

Discussion in 'Classic Motorcycle Events' started by N0rt0nelectr@, Apr 3, 2018.

  1. N0rt0nelectr@

    N0rt0nelectr@ VIP MEMBER

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    This is coming up in a month, hope to see you there.
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  2. robs ss

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    Are the 3 threads an indication of your Irish heritage? ...to be sure, to be sure, to be sure!
    Cheers
    Rob
    BTW - sorry, can't make it - and I miscounted, you created 5 threads!!
     
  3. N0rt0nelectr@

    N0rt0nelectr@ VIP MEMBER

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    But of course, or it could be that I'm anal!
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  4. Danno

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    So did anyone go? how about pics? I had the chance to check out Seaba Station last summer during OKC Mile weekend. They have a Fastback with an R-rated paint job and 2 Dommie motors on display.


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  5. N0rt0nelectr@

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    It is on May 5th and 6th. So nothing has happened yet.
    The museum is a bit stuffed with bikes and memorabilia some good some not so much.
    I was at last years swap meet and found all sorts of goodies at reasonable prices.

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  6. N0rt0nelectr@

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    Well I drove up to the Seaba Station Motorcycle Museum on Saturday. Sad to say British bikes were few and far between. The swap meet was good for me. Like last year I was pretty much the only one buying and so it was a buyers market. Picked up $200 + worth of parts for $50, works for me. I also picked up several Smiths clocks for $20 each as an investment on future projects.
    The museum is nice but to many bikes on display to the point that they are handle bar to handle bar and you can't see as much detail as you would like.

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