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  1. Thankyou all for the lead , I agree now looking...

    Thankyou all for the lead , I agree now looking at photos of late 1920’s Harleys , it is a front Stand

    Cheers
    Warwick
  2. Unknown rear stand (American pre mid 1920s.?)

    Gday all again

    I have a rear stand I have been unable to identify, any help would be very much appreciated. I am fairly sure its American based on the design and most likely pre mid 1920s based...
  3. Identification of a single cylinder blind barrel ( excelsior.?)

    Gday all

    I picked this barrel up some 25 years ago at an auction , ( under an interesting situation, refer below). I believe it is a single cylinder Excelsior but I am interested in confirming...
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    G'day Eric Thanks for showing interest in my...

    G'day Eric

    Thanks for showing interest in my local motorcycle, I am definitely not an expert in the story of the Invincible JAP, in fact nearly all I am aware of has comes from "A-Z of Australian...
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    thankyou all for the supportive comments, and re...

    thankyou all for the supportive comments, and re my Australian bike its a "Invincible J.A.P." 1923, 770cc V/twin, built in Melbourne it is understood that only 600 were planned to be built but its...
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    1924 Excelsior Big X

    G'day

    I am assembling my 1924 Excelsior Big X to confirm what parts I am missing, in doing so I need to make up the "studs" for the frame to mounting plates and the motor to mounting plates, but...
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    new member Excelsior Harely Indian

    G'day all

    I have been collecting prewar bikes for 30+ years pending my retirement, well after 40 years service in the one business I retired late last year. Time for my long awaited projects

    I...
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