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Southbound's Pix 01 Feb 2020 09:42 #206151

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Saw this at the Maffra Motor museum, they have a huge model display there.

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Southbound's Pix 24 Feb 2020 17:43 #206938

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Cupla pics from the British and Euro vehicle show at Yarra Glen yesterday.

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Southbound's Pix 24 Feb 2020 17:44 #206939

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Couple more that took my fancy.

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Southbound's Pix 24 Feb 2020 18:08 #206941

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Southbound,
I love those piccies. I have not seen the Mark 2 Zepher before, it is a beauty. I have seen the Beddie and the Bullnose Morris and they are very good, also.
Do you have any shots of other vehicles with four or more wheels?
I have my shoulder to the wheel,
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I've put my back into it,
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Now I find I can't do any work in this position!

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Southbound's Pix 24 Feb 2020 19:43 #206944

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I never new BSA made dirt bikes

Pretty cool looking jigger I reckon

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Southbound's Pix 24 Feb 2020 20:01 #206946

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This is interesting. That bloke has a rare collectible bike.

silodrome.com/bsa-a10-rocket-gold-star-scrambler/
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Southbound's Pix 25 Feb 2020 14:28 #206974

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I never new BSA made dirt bikes
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Ahhh, now you have my attention MMP!
The BSA Bantam Bushman was sold in Aus as a farm bike, so that would make it a 'Historic Commercial Vehicle' LOL


And a 500cc Scrambles bike B50MX

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Southbound's Pix 25 Feb 2020 14:39 #206975

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Morris wrote: Southbound,
I love those piccies. I have not seen the Mark 2 Zepher before, it is a beauty. I have seen the Beddie and the Bullnose Morris and they are very good, also.
Do you have any shots of other vehicles with four or more wheels?


Morris, I like the MK2 Zephyrs too, and to see a ute was a surprise, that's why I got front and rear shots!
Just had a look and there's no more car or truck pics from Sunday. (Except some V***o shots that I took especially for Swishy)
Another thing that impressed me was the sheer numbers of MG's there, 100 plus at a guess.
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Southbound's Pix 25 Feb 2020 22:57 #206994

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Back in the late 1960's we took a standard BSA Bantam and made it a dirt bike just like in the picture. Was the first bike we had that when the timing slipped it could fire up backwards and you may not realise it until you had just left your wedding gear on the handlebars.
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Southbound's Pix 10 Mar 2020 16:50 #207327

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Cupla pics from the Steam Fest at Scoresby on the weekend



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