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neil howard-pritchard10/09/2012 15:53:59
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what sort of motorcycle do you have to ride Paul...............something classic??

Paul Godfrey10/09/2012 16:54:19
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Hi Neil,

Not a classic bike, although I used to own (and restored over a five year period) a 1973 Triumph GT6 sportscar.

I own a 2009 Yamaha XV1900 Midnight Star (cruiser a la Harley, but more modern looking) - and yes, it is 1900cc !!!

Best wishes,


neil howard-pritchard10/09/2012 18:35:56
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I like the sound of the GT6...........always have done.................had a Vitesse convertable as my first car 40 years ago, but always fancied the GT6........the poor man's E type.....but much nicer to drive.......

.don't fancy swapping for a nice lifeboat do you, wouldn't need to build your severn then, lol

Paul Godfrey10/09/2012 19:00:15
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Sold the GT6 a couple of years ago, and bought the motorbike with the proceeds!!

neil howard-pritchard11/09/2012 08:22:43
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bah humbugcool

eric collins11/05/2014 23:37:41
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gt6 are hard to come by now...I like classics tho got a few myself...a 1966 lambretta tv200/gt 200 to some..a Austin a35 one owner van...on a 67 plate....a morris a 61 plate....a ford escort 1600 ghia on a 86 plate one owner from new...stored for over 20 years...I don't think much to modern cars lol..look nice but cost a fortune when they go wrong..........

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