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Offline german

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Some RD's
« on: November 26, 2021, 09:51:11 AM »
Well,
sometimes things doesn't work out as planned.  ;)
I trusted the lady that I will reduce my pile of parts........ 8) Which I did more or less with energy or intent. But life treated me hard and 3 bikes came in ;D
First is a bit of a bitza. R5 with RD350 engine built as a fun bike. Well ideal for me to have a commuter and paddock bike. Some nice details on it. I have only to do the electrics and some finishing touches. I like the style and efforts the former owner put in it and on top it was very local to me.


A week after that(or was it before :P) a friend called me that he have a fun racer based on a RD250 for sale. Deal was done

This week another friend called me that he is thinning out his stuff and asked if I have interest in a newly built RD racer. Looked at it and did a deal.... ::)


And it seems that these bikes will not be the last ones this winter....You have to do what you have to do :D
Regards Uwe
« Last Edit: January 02, 2022, 08:48:22 AM by german »
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Yamaha RD250, RD400, Yapol TZ250B, Daspa TZ350, FZ750/1000, Honda RS125, Jackson Special 250, Höpfner-TD3, Hejira PE250, Broadstock F350 Sidecar, Siroko TZ250

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Re: Some RD's
« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2021, 11:30:55 AM »
Your collection seems to be forever growing! It's good to hear from you Uwe

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Offline german

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Re: Some RD's
« Reply #2 on: November 26, 2021, 12:11:48 PM »
Richard,
but now I really run out of space. I would have ran out earlier if not a few bikes would stay in Denmark at my daughter and her boyfriend. When these come back then, well....I will not think about it ;D
No bike was planned. The raffle win of the Honda RS250 opened that all. I got really good money when I sold it and it financed these 3 bikes plus the Siroko TZ and still room money wise to react if something interesting will pop up. So in the end everything came by accident 8)
Regards Uwe
« Last Edit: November 26, 2021, 07:43:49 PM by german »
Classic Racers do not hide the ashes, they keep the fire burning
Yamaha RD250, RD400, Yapol TZ250B, Daspa TZ350, FZ750/1000, Honda RS125, Jackson Special 250, Höpfner-TD3, Hejira PE250, Broadstock F350 Sidecar, Siroko TZ250

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Re: Some RD's
« Reply #3 on: December 16, 2021, 10:43:50 PM »
Nice looks like they will keep you busy