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Old 05-02-2006, 07:04 AM   #1
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So, I finally found some vintage fairing

I have been looking high, been looking low for some authentic vintage fairing for my 1969 cafe racer project.
I finally found a set of real circa late 60's avon fairings and have bought em up.
This search took me every bit of a month to find these and they were in a guys attic in BFE.
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they come with the bubble and headlight cover also
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Old 05-02-2006, 07:08 AM   #3
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oh man, those are perfect!
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how about some vintage footage from 1969 of some two stroke cafe smokers
http://media.putfile.com/1969_Race_Of_Year_one

http://media.putfile.com/1969_Race_Of_Year_Two

awesome stuff, note the guys helmet in the first video he's a stud indeed.
these guys were hauling major on bicycle sized tires!
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how about some vintage footage from 1969 of some two stroke cafe smokers
http://media.putfile.com/1969_Race_Of_Year_one

http://media.putfile.com/1969_Race_Of_Year_Two

awesome stuff, note the guys helmet in the first video he's a stud indeed.
these guys were hauling major on bicycle sized tires!

LOL @ that helmet!! Still trying to stream the 2nd vid :eh:

I wish the first one actually had the sound of the ring-ding-ding's in it.
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LOL @ that helmet!! Still trying to stream the 2nd vid :eh:

I wish the first one actually had the sound of the ring-ding-ding's in it.
in vid #2 there is a blue suzuki like mine, 'cept mines gonna be orange and black and number 69:icon_bigg
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It's good to have you back scoot! keep us updated with pics of the build please. Any problems getting that cycle registered b/c it's a 2stroke?
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nope, its legal and licensed to ride right now.
just waitin on some cool parts to show up before I go tooling around old school style:icon_bigg
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Great vids. Especially liked the MV Augusta bike instantly identified by the red and silver fairing. Is that Hailwood piloting the bike (#2)?

Some great details in the background of the vids. LOL at the "Rockers" in the crowd with their leather jackets (one even had BSA imprinted on his!).

One note about the riders' gear: Padding? We don't need no stinkin' padding!
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Looks good, can't wait to see the finished product!

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