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Had a few of those......sold all for a pittance :(
Couple o' very nice trad lockbacks among them...
- almost exactly the same engine...
The days when I used to do all my own work on the bike (Triumph 500)
- bullseye with a catty..........very good :thumbsup::cool: @Jack Black
- a beauty :thumbsup: much grace and elegance
Who is the maker please..?
- thank you..........yours too :thumbsup: And, wow, a real fistful of karambits :D
- no blade rub at all, actually a very tight fit with no half-stops :thumbsup:
- as ever, The Porch gets me into trouble, seducing me into further retail therapy and satisfaction ;)
Curly Maple Smooth Gunstock by our good...
- bought a few years ago in France on 'bike trip. 4" blade and the scales smell [ATTACH]
- blimmin' 'eck, Jack............ :thumbsup::thumbsup::thumbsup:
'that' many likes - and well deserved :D
Only just come on this thread, will...
Sitting next to the classic Buck Skinner is a Ray Cover Skinner in green micarta, a nicely balanced knife, very well made too
- a very nice example too @Will Power :thumbsup::cool:
lionSTEEL have done themselves proud, they deserve continued success :)
It is a...
- a few here http://www.candfhog.com/CandF_hog_gallery.html hopefully it'll open for you.......look up '2006 Forte di Marmi'
- a thunderously good road :thumbsup: We've done it around 5 times now. The first time we did it I was severely told off by my chums because I...
- it surprises a lot of people.
Bit sad though, at the time I bought mine recently one of my chums was buying his (he's one of the Warr brothers...
@Jolipapa methinks there’d be a fair few raised eyebrows if you followed me and my close Harley chums along any tight n twisties you’d care to...
Harley have had these size engines a long time, their CVO models are 117cu.in - have been for some time.
Perhaps you’re not familiar...