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    There are a lot of things and behaviours I can't believe as well but that does not make them not real. I'll need to get good drunk before I list it though which at least is something to look forwards too....

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    Quote Originally Posted by merv View Post

    ... and the Triumph looked like this then http://www.kiwibiker.co.nz/forums/at...8&d=1169893417
    Jebus, that's gorgeous.
    Nice work Paul
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    Ha...Thats true but life is full horrible choices sometimes Merv. Then sometimes just plain stuff happens... and then some more stuff happens.....




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    Quote Originally Posted by ducatilover View Post
    Jebus, that's gorgeous.
    Nice work Paul
    Yup - I will be getting good an drunk before I list it eh....

    The Suzuki is gone - guys even madder than me - drove straight down from Whanganui to get it and he is over the moon. Its gone to a loving home which is great. I dont blame him - its a cool wee bike and I will miss it.

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    Dude this is heart wrenching to read.

    Are there no other options before you let the Triumph go too?
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackdog View Post
    Are there no other options before you let the Triumph go too?
    Timeshare Triumph?

    I can afford p'raps 10%.

    And an annual stipend for care and feeding...
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    Oh man,...sorry to hear that...I've always known you to have the Guzzi and Trumpy.

    Mine is here at home if you ever feel like riding an eyetie rattler....
    I'm registering her back onto the road next week from 6 months off being on-hold.
    I too hummed and harrr'd whether I should keep my Guzzi. Missus told me to keep it.
    See if my health allows me to....


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    Quote Originally Posted by merv View Post
    Hi 'tart, you'd be talking about this barbecue in January 2007 http://www.kiwibiker.co.nz/forums/showthread.php/41773-New-Year-BBQ-27th-Jan/page6

    ... and the Triumph looked like this then http://www.kiwibiker.co.nz/forums/at...8&d=1169893417
    Yes I remember that bbq, no pics of me but a couple of my dirty old RF.

    Remember seeing the Triumph & thinking it was a good job. Hope whatever works out for you Paul.
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    Quote Originally Posted by F5 Dave View Post
    Yes I remember that bbq, no pics of me but a couple of my dirty old RF.

    Remember seeing the Triumph & thinking it was a good job. Hope whatever works out for you Paul.
    Oh everything is great really...

    I have a mountain of stuff to shift anose two bikes have gone to two guys who delighted to have them and both emailed me how happy they are. That means a lot...

    I've done a bunch of stuff and the triumphs still here and still racking up the miles Dave. At the moment its staying.

    Look - end of the day I'm glad this has happened. When the dust has settled Vicki and I will actually have some free cash to indulge in a project. I'm thrilled....

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