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DaveBoy
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Hello for Downunder

Postby DaveBoy » Wed Nov 06, 2019 8:24 am

Hi there, just getting back on BMWs after being away for 20 years. My Dad had a R26, R50 and his pride and joy, a R69S. I subsequently had a R65, and R65LS.

I've just acquired a very interesting BMW from Japan manufactured in 1990 which includes "R100CJ" within the Vin/Chassis number.

I'll be posting separately in the technical section of the forum to see if I can shed some light on the origin of this rather unique bike!
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Re: Hello for Downunder

Postby george baker » Wed Nov 06, 2019 10:28 am

Hi
welcome

Search around on the forum for how to discover your new bike's history, a couple of new joiners recently have been hoeing the same row

George
Member 21, R100R, and an under used K75

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Re: Hello for Downunder

Postby Mjolinor » Wed Nov 06, 2019 11:15 am

hoeing the same row

George
If you hoe the same row then the weeds will take over the rest of the field. :)

Please accept my sincere apologies for this post. I tried so hard not to make that comment but I could not get it out of my mind.

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Re: Hello for Downunder

Postby Ruralman » Wed Nov 06, 2019 12:03 pm

Hi Daveboy,
Welcome to the Forum
Looking forward to your bike pics
Safe riding
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Keith


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Re: Hello for Downunder

Postby CharlieVictor » Thu Nov 07, 2019 7:55 pm

Hi there, just getting back on BMWs after being away for 20 years. My Dad had a R26, R50 and his pride and joy, a R69S. I subsequently had a R65, and R65LS.

I've just acquired a very interesting BMW from Japan manufactured in 1990 which includes "R100CJ" within the Vin/Chassis number.

I'll be posting separately in the technical section of the forum to see if I can shed some light on the origin of this rather unique bike!
Welcome here Dave.
Intriguing indeed ! We look forward to it :-k
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Re: Hello for Downunder

Postby P-K » Fri Nov 08, 2019 12:43 pm

Hi Dave,

Welcome to the Forum :smile:
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