B23 restoration so far

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Re: B23 restoration so far

Postby coffin dodger » Sun Jun 17, 2012 8:38 pm

Stuart SS wrote:That BSA would make poor ol Digless (RIP) roll over ` He loved his and all things BSA ~

( Our old mate Digless was a HUGE BSA fan, and owned several ~ Jan his widow has them still ~ She has unloaded ALL the bits and pieces now , but has chosen to hang onto the bikes for the time being ! )



Reading through the forum, I noticed the name Digless coming up time after time, I read of his sad demise and the following auction of the parts, I'm sorry that I joined this forum so late and didn't get to 'meet' him, he sounded like someone I could have really got on with, God bless him.

Regards
Ray
If you can't fix it with a hammer, you've got an electrical fault !
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