My G3LS 1953 - restoration project

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Re: My G3LS 1953 - restoration project

Postby SPRIDDLER » Wed Nov 15, 2017 6:38 pm

Excellent!
As it happens I helped a pal collect a 1951 project bike yesterday . Here's what the oil tank looks like. Your '53 should be the same (but without cigarette end that was inside it :roll: ).

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Re: My G3LS 1953 - restoration project

Postby G15 Roy » Wed Nov 15, 2017 6:52 pm

[quote="SPRIDDLER"]Excellent!
As it happens I helped a pal collect a 1951 project bike yesterday . Here's what the oil tank looks like. Your '53 should be the same (but without cigarette end that was inside it :roll: ).

Project looks like it just needs some petrol and away you go.
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Re: My G3LS 1953 - restoration project

Postby SPRIDDLER » Wed Nov 15, 2017 9:51 pm

G15 Roy wrote: Project looks like it just needs some petrol and away you go.


Cuh! That's exactly what the seller told us over the phone, didn't you.

(BTW - Are you the fat or the thin one?).
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Re: My G3LS 1953 - restoration project

Postby ajscomboman » Thu Nov 16, 2017 6:51 am

SPRIDDLER wrote:
G15 Roy wrote: Project looks like it just needs some petrol and away you go.


Cuh! That's exactly what the seller told us over the phone, didn't you.

(BTW - Are you the fat or the thin one?).


Well what do you think? Careful I may be offended by your answer, especially if you think he's the thin one!, that means you think I maybe slightly overweight!!!!!!! :twisted: :rofl:

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Re: My G3LS 1953 - restoration project

Postby SPRIDDLER » Thu Nov 16, 2017 8:38 am

SPRIDDLER wrote:
G15 Roy wrote:
(BTW - Are you the fat or the thin one?).


ajscomboman wrote:Well what do you think? Careful I may be offended by your answer, especially if you think he's the thin one!, that means you think I maybe slightly overweight!!!!!!! :twisted: :rofl:


Nah, not overweight. That would be rude. Let's just say you're a bit challenged in the tyre pressure department.
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Re: My G3LS 1953 - restoration project

Postby ajscomboman » Thu Nov 16, 2017 5:08 pm

SPRIDDLER wrote:
SPRIDDLER wrote:
G15 Roy wrote:
(BTW - Are you the fat or the thin one?).


ajscomboman wrote:Well what do you think? Careful I may be offended by your answer, especially if you think he's the thin one!, that means you think I maybe slightly overweight!!!!!!! :twisted: :rofl:


Nah, not overweight. That would be rude. Let's just say you're a bit challenged in the tyre pressure department.


:rofl: :rofl:

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Re: My G3LS 1953 - restoration project

Postby Janet » Thu Nov 16, 2017 5:26 pm

SPRIDDLER wrote:
SPRIDDLER wrote:
G15 Roy wrote:
(BTW - Are you the fat or the thin one?).


ajscomboman wrote:Well what do you think? Careful I may be offended by your answer, especially if you think he's the thin one!, that means you think I maybe slightly overweight!!!!!!! :twisted: :rofl:


Nah, not overweight. That would be rude. Let's just say you're a bit challenged in the tyre pressure department.
Is that another way of saying he's under-tall?
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Re: My G3LS 1953 - restoration project

Postby raffles » Thu Nov 16, 2017 7:32 pm

No he just grew sideways
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Re: My G3LS 1953 - restoration project

Postby ajscomboman » Fri Nov 17, 2017 4:31 pm

Don't be so bloody cheeky you lot! I may be the sensitive kind!!! :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:

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Re: My G3LS 1953 - restoration project

Postby SPRIDDLER » Thu Nov 23, 2017 5:18 pm

Janet wrote:
SPRIDDLER wrote:
ajscomboman wrote:Well what do you think? Careful I may be offended by your answer, especially if you think he's the thin one!, that means you think I maybe slightly overweight!!!!!!! :twisted: :rofl:


Is that another way of saying he's under-tall?


Some Hampshire chaps do tend to be on the short side.
Probably descended from generations of submariners when only the short ones survived as they avoided constantly banging their heads on the ceiling.
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