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preunit

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preunit says:

Antique 4 cylinder henderson motorcycle engine

Never heard a  4 cylinder bike engine sound like that before.

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babyrocket

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babyrocket says:

rog

loads of bedouins where unit lives, ya can spot the tea towels from miles away.

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preunit

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preunit says:

Rog

touche sir....:lol::lol::lol:

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vulcanrider

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vulcanrider says:

I had a pic of the Henderson

but I had a clear out of my pics a while back, I'll go and get another --- well any excuse :biggrin:

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vulcanrider

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vulcanrider says:

Henderson at Guadalest museum

The weather looked iffy today so it was short run out the museum, up that twisty mountain Chris :wink: AND I got a freebie from the owners son, "you bring all your friends here no charge today senor thank you" it was piggin freezing up there ! but well worth the effort as the old guy has had another shift around with a recently finished little Ducati looking like it's come directly from the factory. There were a couple of old Brits there reminiscing, an old Dutch guy ogling the Triumph because he has one like it.

 

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vulcanrider

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vulcanrider says:

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A few more they've been on before but for anyone who hasn't seen them, the place is well worth a trip out if you're in the Benidorm area. Most Friday's I can be found in the Heartbreak on ALBIR seafront around 13:30 ish.

Mobilenough, closer to your date for coming out get in touch on here and I'll PM my mobile number. The little blue Bultaco --- I want one !

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old(ish)git

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old(ish)git says:

Vulcanrider....

does he paint them himself? there looks to be quite a few bikes there that are the same Blue or Red or Silver.:smile

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vulcanrider

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vulcanrider says:

Good morning oldish

I don't know is the short answer, I do believe the little Ducati's, Bultaco's and MV's are in the original liveries. The owner is a very skilled man his workshop and storage downstairs is huge. When myself, babyrocket, Ninjachica and Edd were invited to pop down to see him we entered and stood for a moment and said a collective "wow" he has so many bikes of many marques I couldn't guess at how many he has in there, plus he has what he calls his 'graveyard' which he uses as a source for spare parts. He's a handy man to know for getting stuff re chromed etc and he knows just about everyone who refurbishes old bikes in Spain. Everything upstairs on show works and are roadworthy, I've seen a few at the matinals, I've been there at least a dozen times and each time there's a change and I spot something different, there's a few hundred thousand euro's worth of bikes and probably close to a million I'd say. I do know he will sell or renovate a bike for customers and he does service stuff, he's a Bultaco specialist, I would seriously consider buying a little Bultaco from him.

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mobileenoph

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mobileenoph says:

vulcanrider

Will do Rog, That place looks amazing how far is it from The Levante end of Benidorm? walking distance maybe? :smile

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vulcanrider

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vulcanrider says:

Not walking distance

well tis if you've got a few hours ! it's uphill (very twisty and fun on a bike) there and ---- well downhill back :laugh: it's about 10 miles from us I could pick you up in the car mate no probs, seeing as your Welsh :wink: and my Mrs is from Barry --- see look you yer I'll do that now in a minute :lol:

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mobileenoph

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mobileenoph says:

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Cheers Rog :wink:

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