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The Victoria

Post by pistolpete61 on Sun Nov 13 2011, 21:30

Hi all, at last got me new toy home just need to sort out a few bits on it, to tidy it up been on it all day much to my mrs discust !!.
In fact engine is in nice nick as been standing for about 4 years, runs ok need to paint fuel tank thou.
No frost damage which is good.
Here are a few pics. Very Happy


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Re: The Victoria

Post by mike d on Mon Nov 14 2011, 00:07

hi Steve..
you lucky bug-r that's worth every penny you payed for it..
you said it was nice and you weren't lying..
have you anything else for sale now,as you have spent your money on the victoria...LOL..LOL..
thanks for sharing it with us all..
regards,mike..


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Re: The Victoria

Post by stationary stu on Mon Nov 14 2011, 11:09

That's one very nice engine you must be very proud to have it. If you've got a video camera I'd love to see/hear it running.

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VICTORIA

Post by pistolpete61 on Mon Nov 14 2011, 14:12

It's in better nick than I thought want to sort out fuel pipe which leaks and tank connections are loose and will sort out top pipe with has got a link in, Stu, soon as I can time ile get some footage of the engine running.

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Re: The Victoria

Post by billypurves on Mon Nov 14 2011, 14:50

Love to hear the inlet valve on the Victoria s .

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