made from old european moped scrap

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  1. skou

    skou New Member

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    just wantet to show my first bike with a HT engine, its mostly a danish skylon moped with a little mbk and puch parts throw in for good meassurre, i god the egine in a 31 b'day present after wanting one for many years. its not exactly legal in my country so it wil mostly be a garage queen. i can post some build pictures if requestet and will of course make a short video when its all finished and running
     

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    That's a sharp look'n creation!!
     
  3. wheelbender6

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    That's one insegrevious motorbike.
     
  4. skou

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    insegrevious???? thought my english was fairly good but that isnt in my vocabulary
     
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    Your vocabulary is good. Insegrevious is not in the dictionary. The word was invented 50 years ago by students at Berkley. Showing my age again.
    Batman used it a few times.
     
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    There's a word from England's West Midlands which isn't in an ordinary dictionary. Bostin! Bosting/busting, so good it breaks barriers. You have a bostin bike there.
     
  8. Ludwig II

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    And can you find one of those "steak warmers" for your next bike?
     

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