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Thread: R100gs recommission

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    Very nice looking Mike.

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    Superb job what a lovely bike to own knowing your not buying trouble. Ready for another 25 years of service
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    Wow !

    That takes me back to my first R100GS bought new in 1991..... lovely bikes to ride, and mine never gave any problems in 54k miles.....wish I had never got rid of it now seeing this one.
    Mike, its a credit to your hard work.

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