N.U.T. 680cc 'V'twin.

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tony mooring
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N.U.T. 680cc 'V'twin.

Post by tony mooring » Thu Apr 30, 2015 3:08 pm

Hello Lasse, You have been quiet. Thought I would wake you up with a pic of me back in the late 60s.
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Re: N.U.T. 680cc 'V'twin.

Post by formic » Thu Apr 30, 2015 3:58 pm

Hello Tony,
Nice bike but who was the good looking stand- in you used for the photo?

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Re: N.U.T. 680cc 'V'twin.

Post by tony mooring » Thu Apr 30, 2015 4:09 pm

Well it was a few years ago. The guy I borrowed it from said it had 'rubbing noises' at the front and back and they were called brakes. Like riding a 'five bar gate' with wheels on.

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Re: N.U.T. 680cc 'V'twin.

Post by hugomez » Sun May 03, 2015 11:01 am

Awesome photo Tony. Very nice bike and "cool" helmet ;)
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Re: N.U.T. 680cc 'V'twin.

Post by Lasse » Sun May 03, 2015 9:22 pm

Hello Hugo, the reason I have been absent for some time is twofold.
First : I have really been longing for news from your gargantuan project, and lusted for hearing your motor running (oilfree, please...)
Secondly: I have just been in Neumünster/Germany, on a scary riding course, trying to ride on the rearwheel (absolutely not easy)

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Re: N.U.T. 680cc 'V'twin.

Post by Lasse » Mon May 04, 2015 8:06 am

Forgot my picture
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Re: N.U.T. 680cc 'V'twin.

Post by hugomez » Mon May 04, 2015 2:40 pm

Lasse wrote:Hello Hugo, the reason I have been absent for some time is twofold.
First : I have really been longing for news from your gargantuan project, and lusted for hearing your motor running (oilfree, please...)
Secondly: I have just been in Neumünster/Germany, on a scary riding course, trying to ride on the rearwheel (absolutely not easy)
Hi Lasse,

I think you confused person answering in this topic. This is not about my bike, it is about Tony's photo on a N.U.T. 680cc VTwin. I will update soon my topic and explain why I am taking so long to carry on.
Impressive the willy by the way.

Tony, again very nice photo ;)
My little Formichino here: http://www.formichino.com/pictures1.html

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