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Description: The bike is in completely original, non-restored, condition.
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Rating: Rating:9  Votes:17 (Rating Scale: 1 = worst, 10 = best)
Added on: 17 Oct 2005
Posted by: GSAX1
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Comments: 17 Comment(s) | Rate this picture

By LIMB
20 Oct 2005

By 27col
11 Dec 2005
Ireally like this picture-lovely view beautiful machine
By Dick H
26 Dec 2005
This stirs a few memories - I borrowed an identical machine from a friend to visit a girlfriend 150 miles away in 1964! Happy days!
By GSAX1
17 Feb 2006
This is the actual bike featured in the book "Best of British" by Peter Howdle. Same owner from 1963 until I bought it in 2005. 42 years, beat that! It has about 60000 miles on the clock now but the crankcases have not been split yet. Cylinders are on their first rebore. I have done some minor work on it this winter and everthing is still in good nick. I will keep it as original as possible, there are not many original ones around anymore.. - GSAX1
By ddunderdale
07 Mar 2007

By nobby
21 Jun 2007

By jake
16 Oct 2007
very nice indeed . i have one myself from new. In 1962 my wife and i rode it overland to Australia ! The only little comment i can make is that i think the horn should be on the left and oil pipes steel.Your machine is great MARC LINDEN
By Canute
15 Oct 2008
Superb machine,superbly photographed. Presume from somewhere in the Trondheim area. Being in Norway obviously suits your "Springtwin".
By mousey
10 Nov 2008
As an retired photographer I must complement you on the picture, not only is the setting superb, the bike looks great.
By Steinøks
18 Mar 2009
Veldig fint motorsykkel !!
By rebecca
03 Aug 2009
fabulous
By vasishtacabs@gamil.com
25 Jan 2010
i value 10 on you for maintaining such a valuable thing . take care ....
By sonofoldsalt
02 May 2010

By greasemonkey62
13 Jul 2010
spectacular shot and such a smart looking bike, very nice, jealous now, lol.
By davewh
05 Dec 2010
Really nice shot.
By Jos
06 Feb 2012
Nice. I’ve had my 1952 G9 for 25 years and I haven’t touched it. Two mag rebuilds, that’s it! Still on original wire wound split skirt pistons. Unfortunately no idea of mileage as I have always lied to the MOT man every year :)
By woodpecker
14 Mar 2013
Thats the model I had from 1959 to 1964.solo and with a side car.Was sold to fund my first car.where are you now ECR608

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