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trevair
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Post by trevair »

hi all
im trev
just bought my first rotary a basket case commsander, well i say basket case paintworks 1/10 but i sell and repair spray painting and hydraulic pumps for painting so new paint scheme will be free, just didnt realise how many fibre glass panels there were but thats life
ive restored a few triumphs, laverdas and have a matchless g80 in trails trim for myself i have a t150 and have just sold my triton that took me 3 years to build in my kitchen sold it to a dealer who paid me good money unlike them, its for sale on ebay for 20k blue one with silver frame 95% of work done by myself including paint
will be asking lots of questions about bike as this is different thats why i bought it
cheers trev
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should have said im in rossendale in lancashire anybody near please let me know kettles always on after covid of course
trev
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Post by kanonkopdrinker »

Welcome to the world of rotaries!!

I am sure we have members in your corner of the country.

Happy rotoring!

David
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Post by johnbirchjar »

Welcome to the club,
You will find the engine totally different to anything you have ever worked on,so don't be afraid to ask questions, quite a few of us in the club have been rotary owners for many years cool,J.B.
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