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Old 18-12-2016, 06:09 PM
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thinking of a xmass pressy .this is the book .Detailed to the max. Some of the bikes in this book are a work of art



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Amason? Funny handshakes all round then....

Ooh, look it's my BIRFDAY on THURSDAY as well.

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thinking of a xmass pressy .this is the book .Detailed to the max. Some of the bikes in this book are a work of art



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That looks good.
I've got an Arlen Ness bike book here and a couple of other quality custom bike books. They are big picture books, its about my limit
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good bikes in this book and more better than this
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This is Arlen Ness book, The King of Choppers.
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Blimey! Rhubarb and Custard sweetie wrappers!
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That looks good.
I've got an Arlen Ness bike book here and a couple of other quality custom bike books. They are big picture books, its about my limit
I've got this book, it's a great book with lovely pics
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I've got this book, it's a great book with lovely pics
Yeah its a fantastic book
I've got a few of that ilk.
Nice to see you on the forum. I hope your Christmas is going well...
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Yeah its a fantastic book
I've got a few of that ilk.
Nice to see you on the forum. I hope your Christmas is going well...
Cheers, I've been collecting these type of books since I was a wee biker, built up a good collection myself. Hope you had a good Xmas yourself.
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Cheers, I've been collecting these type of books since I was a wee biker, built up a good collection myself. Hope you had a good Xmas yourself.
We had a good Xmas thanks. I hope you did too?
Any progress on your bike?

I've collected a fair few bike books myself over the years.
Anything from old British to chops and customs to road racing. 2nd hand book shops are a good source of bike books. Had a few gems for only a couple of quid.
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