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PostPosted: Mar 21st, '13, 08:16 
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Cool tracktor Arbe :thumbleft:

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Got this toy for my son for his birthday present. Got all the cosmoline cleaned off it, and it shoots great. He is so happy.

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This toy breaks up new ground really fast.


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Ooh, a broadfork. I'd love one, thanks.

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PostPosted: Apr 8th, '13, 20:27 
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Big fork, looks like the bomb for the ground here :thumbright:

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Where did you get that Duff?

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My latest toys are retro honda minibikes which I am doing up.

This is my 1974 QA50 K2 that was my first motor bike many moons ago.

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Next will be the 1974 CT70 K2 wich hope to road register if can take it from this:

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PostPosted: Apr 9th, '13, 09:06 
What's the time span between... before & after.... :lol:


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Simo wrote:
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http://www.allsun.com.au/BroadForkL.html

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What's the time span between... before & after.... :lol:


If its is like most of the "restoration" projects I see men take on, it will be 20years +/- 5 years


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My uncle had two complete Marantz systems with those Amps/radio combos.

I remember the sound being very clear.

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PostPosted: Apr 16th, '13, 09:13 
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arbe wrote:
My uncle had two complete Marantz systems with those Amps/radio combos.

I remember the sound being very clear.


They are not still around are they Arbe? the 22xx series are getting harder to find. :)


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