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Well done what a fantastic job you have done on it, a labour of love and a beautiful bike , hope you can now enjoy it
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Nicely done, congrats.
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Nice work Sam, that's a stunner.

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Great bit of restoration
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Awesome job, mate. Waiting for a review ^^
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That is seriously impressive. When I saw that first picture I was sceptical, but you did an amazing job. I'm sure the bike is all the more fun to ride knowing the amount of work you've put into it.
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[QUOTE=Mingu;64881]@sam well done,

P to the S, is that you in the sidecar?[/QUOTE

Yes me in the drivers seat I used to race sidecar that picture was taken on Thurday night practice at the TT way back in 1991 we recieved the best newcomers award that year.
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Oh man, great job! Sometimes i'd rather take the time and build myself an old school Scrambler as well. This looks like a great little project to take on, but I just don't have the time right now. Did you find it easy to source all the parts needed?
Parts were sourced in the UK cycle and small engine parts ,America piston, Italy conrod and bigend and Australia for piston rings but over a year and a half period
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Recondite as for adding a new scrambler to the collection I enjoy the classics this build interupted the previous one a 600 Pantah TT2 which is next on the list.







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Full Scrambler build here Ducati 250 street scrambler
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Sweet, just sweet
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@sam well done,

P to the S, is that you in the sidecar?[/QUOTE

Yes me in the drivers seat I used to race sidecar that picture was taken on Thurday night practice at the TT way back in 1991 we recieved the best newcomers award that year.

Hugely impressed! There's nothing on Earth like the TT, simply awesome, the best racing event I've been to. To have raced on the Island you must have balls the size of a house.


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hey scrambler is scrambler. Yours is classic classic and mighty fine. I restore old bikes too and wish I had one like that. Now I have the Icon to adore and will adore the old ones too.

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That's kick ass. Nicely done.
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Where did you purchase the aftermarket parts from?? I'm looking into doing a little project like this myself.
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