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hacky 28-02-2009 08:13 PM

is this a wind up?

look at the state of that....lol

Grav 28-02-2009 08:26 PM

There's not a lot you can say about that pic, mate.:D

matthewmosse 28-02-2009 08:36 PM

reminds me of my last big ebay oooops; It is possible to fit an entire cb500/4 into Watsonian Palma sidecar, plus oil, fuel and toolkit:D

captaincondom 28-02-2009 08:38 PM

don't think its a wind up mate.think the pic is just to show how thick some people are.saw a bloke on a c90 with a 6ft bit of timber across the rear seat on the road once

Acker 28-02-2009 08:42 PM

it ses at bottom of write up that's not the way they do things - so where did they get the pic from then? :D:D

v8_trike 28-02-2009 08:55 PM

I have seen a trike towed with the front wheel in the back of an estate car!

Shep 28-02-2009 09:11 PM

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Try phoning them.

johnr 28-02-2009 09:20 PM

better still, check the feedback. 450 plus, and 100% positive. seems genuine to me.

hacky 28-02-2009 09:23 PM

hey i aint knoking the business...just that pic...lol

Shep 28-02-2009 10:07 PM

At first glance, I thought the bike was embedded in the back of the car, and the yellow straps were police incident tapes.:rolleyes:

Oh, and mathewmosse, in 1977 my mate put his CB750 on the back seat of an Austin 1100.

Both were written off, and he spent a month in hospital.

jojoe9 28-02-2009 10:39 PM

... A GS 500e will fit into a Hyundai Accent hatchback tee hee..
tank and panels off lain on its side.. slides straight in :D

harry 01-03-2009 05:50 PM

Moving stuff

Originally Posted by v8_trike (Post 553639)
I have seen a trike towed with the front wheel in the back of an estate car!

Done that it works a treat. Just put the front wheel in the spare wheel well and tie it down propper like. Smashing:thumbsu::thumbsu::thumbsu:

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