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Dool

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How many are there? I know of 3 including this one.
When I am bored I look at posts related to Himalayans ( cant just keep reading my own) and some seem to need answering, to set the facts straight or whatever, sometimes I even get it right:pbut of course only members with sufficient " Privileges" can post replies.

How a 1927 Norton could be compared to a Himalayan has got me intrigued, I can see they both have 2 wheels but the similarity for me ends there :)

I am Glad I have the Modern Version ( no offence intended to the Gent from the UK who's post I appear to mock )
The Snow wasnt as deep in 1927 ?
 

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Sasa

Mediocre pilot - Average mechanic - Crazy tinkerer
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How many are there? I know of 3 including this one.
When I am bored I look at posts related to Himalayans ( cant just keep reading my own) and some seem to need answering, to set the facts straight or whatever, sometimes I even get it right:pbut of course only members with sufficient " Privileges" can post replies.

How a 1927 Norton could be compared to a Himalayan has got me intrigued, I can see they both have 2 wheels but the similarity for me ends there :)

I am Glad I have the Modern Version ( no offence intended to the Gent from the UK who's post I appear to mock )
The Snow wasnt as deep in 1927 ?
You forgot to mention that both had 1 cylinder engine, a chain, two brakes and an exhaust pipe...

See? The more you look, the more the two bikes are the same! :ROFLMAO:
 
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