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Vincent Classic Motorcycle with a few mods

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Vincent with a few mods like a big fuel tank

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11 Comments

  1. ExUSSailor

    3 augustus, 2010 at 15:29

    @sambo2566 I’ve owned both British and Japanese bikes. I loved them all, for different reasons. The only reason I would say British bikes are better, the Japanese bikes have no soul, no character. They’re sterile. I owned a pair of Boonies, same year, each had it’s own unique character. The one point we can all agree on, they’re BOTH better than American bikes!

  2. sambo2566

    3 augustus, 2010 at 16:27

    @lotuselanplus2s i was 16 in 1965 my first bike an ariel colt followed by a leader then an a7 this was my transport as an apprentice i spent all my spare time getting them to run long enough to get me to work the next week fed up with this i purchase a honda cb72, twin cylinder overhead cam electric start indicators ultra reliable light years ahead of any british bike i used it every day for the next ten years and still have it now

  3. lotuselanplus2s

    3 augustus, 2010 at 16:53

    @sambo2566 Well i can only speak for the ones i’ve restored,and they work like modern bikes,ok,so i’ve added a few extras,electronic igniton and Mikuni carbs but i’ve no problem using them every day,i’ve been riding them for the last 16 years and never a serious problem.

  4. sambo2566

    3 augustus, 2010 at 17:49

    @lotuselanplus2s thats the problem they were not put together right

  5. lotuselanplus2s

    3 augustus, 2010 at 18:01

    @sambo2566 Well youve obviously had YOUR head up your ass for far too long,i ride my classics every day to and back from work (30 miles)and dont find them fragile if put together right.

  6. sambo2566

    3 augustus, 2010 at 18:45

    @lotuselanplus2s i agree with polskich if you withdrew your head from your ass and removed your rose tinted spectacles it would become clear that most british bikes of that era were fragile and unreliable

  7. lotuselanplus2s

    3 augustus, 2010 at 19:35

    @polskich Don’t make comments like this before you’ve had your morning coffee.Wake up first.

  8. raulBecker

    3 augustus, 2010 at 19:57

    I want one.

  9. Spencerian

    3 augustus, 2010 at 20:08

    Nice Job. 🙂

  10. Rocket3rick

    3 augustus, 2010 at 20:19

    ONLY true great British bike? What? Read your history man before posting stupid comments

  11. polskich

    3 augustus, 2010 at 20:56

    super bike of its day, the only true great british classic bike

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