BSA B50/P92 Drawings

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Got my CD yesterday and took it to bed with me :lol:
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I know its a bit late in the day, but if you still have copies of the CD,I would like one please.
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I too would like a CD please
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another for the pot

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Add anothe ronr for me please.

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Chris & Steve, if CDB50MX is OK with me doing UK copies I can send you a CD copy.
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Post by CDB50MX »

Kommondo ,
I already shipped one to Steve and have one left that I can send to John (Canberra ) in Oz . It's fine with me if you want to send one to Chris Pellet , since it may be cheaper to mail within the UK .

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Re: BSA B50/P92 Drawings

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Hello Mike ,

Do you always sell the P92 Cd ?
If yes , what would be the purchase conditions ?

It countains may assembly sketches .
Is there some part sketches with tolérances ? ( i think no ...)

Thanks a lot
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Re: BSA B50/P92 Drawings

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Wow, a 15 year gap between posts on the same thread.
That's got to be a record!

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Re: BSA B50/P92 Drawings

Post by minetymenace »

Wait 'till I update my progress on the beast of minety, Ian. I've moved twice, and have just bought a Griso to add to my Guzzi collection, but there is still progress (all be it slow) on the unit singles.....
There is no evidence to support the notion that life is serious.
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Re: BSA B50/P92 Drawings

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minetymenace wrote: Thu Nov 04, 2021 11:42 pm Wait 'till I update my progress on the beast
Ian Hingley wrote: Wed Nov 03, 2021 11:46 pm That's got to be a record!
:laugh :laugh :laugh

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Re: BSA B50/P92 Drawings

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I'd actually forgotten what the Beast is/was :shock: :shock:
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Re: BSA B50/P92 Drawings

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I'm pretty sure the Beast is/was a figment of Minety's imagination. The only pictures I can recall seeing have been tantalising images from a distance, slightly out of focus, a bit like the Big Foot pics ;-)
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