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Seeking a Honda C90 model, preferably manufactured before 1982.


JamesStv

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I do not own one, nevertheless, it was the first mechanised entity that I was able to use.

My friend's younger brother discovered a deserted one, and we joyfully rode it until it was stolen by someone.

Presumably, the individual's age was about 16 or 17.

Abundant enjoyment.

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Are you suggesting that we should eliminate the larger items, John? The CB1100 motorcycle, which is now located in the kitchen, is one of the most recent ones that I recall you possessing. πŸ˜„

A 90 horsepower vehicle will not provide sufficient pulling power, thus it would be more appropriate to go for another vehicle with more horsepower. πŸ™‚

Are you all doing well?

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Playfully impudent (although likely accurate).

I have a sentimental attachment to it, Dave. When I was 16 years old in 1978, my father brought me to his workplace. As a result, I want to acquire a vehicle from that time period, namely the version with round headlights, to add to my garage.

We must arrange a meeting this year.

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Poor resolution (it's a photograph taken with a cell phone of a photocopy of the original picture). However, you get the concept. Observe the immense happiness! I remember my mother being really appalled.

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Without intending to divert the discussion, I must mention that Glynhir Mansion/Farm in Ammanford is an exceptional location. A few years ago, I embarked on a bike expedition and paid a visit to the place. Surprisingly, it is still in the ownership of the same family, who even recognised and recalled my presence! There were absolutely no regulations - it was a perfect and peaceful setting. At my current age, I rode on a Honda motorbike with one of the farm boys, who was around 14 years old, while we drove an ancient Massey Ferguson tractor into the town. We purchased a substantial quantity of supplies for a nocturnal meal in the hay barn and transported it back. Varying periods! (early 1980s)

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Noteworthy fact:

The first iteration of the super cub, equipped with a 4-stroke pushrod engine, was characterised by its remarkable simplicity, to the extent that it lacked an oil pump. The lubrication system used splash lubrication, with a dipper connected to the large end to distribute oil onto the crank bearings, connecting rod, and piston. Despite your negligence, you were unable to successfully eliminate even a single individual. Similar to others in this group, I operated a vintage C50 motorbike in the rural areas when I was 14 years old.

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The 'Clunker' C70 served as my off-road bicycle throughout my adolescent years, coincidentally, we lived on a farm (a recurring pattern!). Abundant enjoyment. I considered purchasing one myself with the intention of converting it into a vintage off-road bicycle. However, I was taken aback by the exorbitant pricing of these antiquated bicycles.

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