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    Quote Originally Posted by husaberg View Post
    Steve Wynne live in NZ well he did last time i looked.
    Still does
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kickaha View Post
    that's not Steve Wynne anymore

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellywrestler View Post
    that's not Steve Wynne anymore
    Hes still on the site?
    https://sportsvalve.com/steve-wynne/
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    Quote Originally Posted by husaberg View Post
    and when is the last time you personally chatted with him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellywrestler View Post
    that's not Steve Wynne anymore
    Quote Originally Posted by husaberg View Post
    Hes still on the site?
    https://sportsvalve.com/steve-wynne/
    We are up and running so take a look at www.sportsvalve.com and let us know what you think? And if you know of any impossible to find parts you would like making, let us know.
    Kindest regards to all you Ducati folk,

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    Quote Originally Posted by jellywrestler View Post
    and when is the last time you personally chatted with him?
    interesting....Because this is what my comment was, its still true even now it even included a question mark........
    but hey mines 10 inches with plenty of girth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by husaberg View Post
    Same here esp with the fairing fo the shocks
    Although isn't it a NCR patten that the MHB happened to replicate
    AS the Hailwood bike likely came from NCR
    edit yip i did
    Steve Wynne live in NZ well he did last time i looked.
    http://www.rezbikes.com/blogtest/201...nd-case-v-twin

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    https://raresportbikesforsale.com/19...-ducati-900ss/

    You never did post pics of the swingarm an shock linkages.

    That tank on your bike is the tank I call the Imola tank.it belongs to an earlier
    Interesting, ill get to those suspension pics, so am I correct in thinking that bodywork wise this could be no earlier than 1979. The year the MHR appeared. The engine and chassis is 78 ish

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    Quote Originally Posted by lozz900 View Post
    Interesting, ill get to those suspension pics, so am I correct in thinking that bodywork wise this could be no earlier than 1979. The year the MHR appeared. The engine and chassis is 78 ish
    I am no Ducatiaphobe
    but the MHR was a replica of the NCR race bike
    of around that era.
    but tank and styling is often changed.
    best way to date it is likely the wheel sizes.
    Grumph mentioned the pipes look like CHCH made Harris pipes.
    maybe try and fid some Ducati people that were involved in Bears of that era 80-90's Payne etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by husaberg View Post
    I am no Ducatiaphobe
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    ...I am one of them...did you mean to say Ducatiphile...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ellipsis View Post
    ...I am one of them...did you mean to say Ducatiphile...
    Possibly
    They both involve probing into orifices
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    Quote Originally Posted by husaberg View Post
    I am no Ducatiaphobe
    but the MHR was a replica of the NCR race bike
    of around that era.
    but tank and styling is often changed.
    best way to date it is likely the wheel sizes.
    Grumph mentioned the pipes look like CHCH made Harris pipes.
    maybe try and fid some Ducati people that were involved in Bears of that era 80-90's Payne etc.
    You could always send pics to Motorcycle Exhaust Systems asking if they remember it. They built most of the Harris pipes for Graham.
    He's still around too. The one who would have known was Euan Cameron - no not the photographer, the other one who was involved with Harris and in Bears.
    But he died a couple of years back. Better get onto these guys fairly soon. Memories are fading fast among them .

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