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1985 900r A2, slightly non-stock:

- Dynojet stage3 jet kit
- k&n style pod filters
- Vance&Hines 4-1 exhaust
- 900r A7 front end (17inch wheel & 4pots, no anti-dive)
- ZZR1100c rear wheel, swingarm, shock, linkage, brakes & front sprocket
- AMC undertray
- LED rear light with integral plate-light
- corbin seat
- ZZR1100c switchgear
- Mr P's patented 5deg ignition advancer
- zx636r stick-coils

And still not finished, currently it's off the road getting:

- ZZR1100D forks, front wheel & brake discs
- GSXR1000 K1 6pot front brake calipers
- ZZR1400 Front brake master cylinder & lever
- ZZR1400 Clutch slave cylinder, master cylinder & lever




Oh it all makes work for the working man to do.. :D
 

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Yeah, yeah, yeah, nice bike, blah blah blah, she's a real looker bet she's a mover..

OK!

Tell us about the mid sixties Rover!

T
 

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heh :)

it's a little newer than 60s I'm afraid:





1986 110 CSW

It's almost standard too, except for the engine from an early 90s Discovery. She's in the dog-house right now as with a mere 212,000 miles on it she decided to eat her transfer box and front diff on the motorway :D

edit: found another pic of her:


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Oh, OK. I guess the decals should have given it away.

Still very nice; must be a hoot.

And I do like the GPZ!

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She's pretty good, a little soft and luxurious compared to the older Series Landys I've driven in the past (decadent power steering and disgustingly posh wind-up windows).

Very handy in town traffic as most people are anxious to get out of the way, but not match for a bike:


 
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