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Sunday, 4 September 2011

Would YOU Cut It ?

Bill saw this at a jumble yesterday, £2,900 looks like a good price from what's shown here, all complete but the moral question here is, if it's a matching number bike would you still customise it?

7 comments:

  1. yes and no, a few minor visual changes not too much so he made ​​original again

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  2. you know i would... its not a f'kin crocker

    i'd take the angle grinder to it in a flash if that was the direction i wanted to go in

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  3. Been debating this with a Shovel I have. I've come to the conclusion I will not alter the frame in any way that I cannot take the bike back to its stock configuration. But hey that is just me.

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  4. Depends what bit You want to cut ha ha! Sell the shiny bits to a resto nut, dont chop the frame. make a custom that can be restored in the future if need be.

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  5. remove the unnecessary parts of it, change some parts and you've got a very cool bike!

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  6. I'd chop anything up regardless of age, rarity
    or what ever, but i hate anything standard so i would'nt have to be the one to restore it. Get the grinder out!!!.

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  7. Nope.

    Brady
    Behind Bars - Motorcycles and Life
    http://www.behindbarsmotorcycle.com/

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