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Yesterdays V.O.F.

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Yesterdays V.O.F.

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The AMA Grand National Championship Class C rules, introduced in 1933 and revised in 1954, had an equivalency formula limiting side valve, engines to 750 cc displacement, while more modern overhead valve engines could be a maximum of only 500 cc. Over time, this displacement advantage kept the older side valve technology ...

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Lambretta 1955 “150 LD” 150 cc . This LD was sold new by Amsterdam dealer J. Leonard Lang in April, 1955. With the machine come some early documents such as original bill of sale, guarantee card with service history, insurance policy and driver’s licence of the first owner. Optional extra’s that are listed ...

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Norton 1956 ES2 Bob Gedge tuned racer 500 cc ohv engine # 83415 Bog Gedge is a well-known tuner in the British classic bike racing scene and is especially known for his skills in tuning Matchless G50 bikes. Bob initially built this ES2 for his son Vince in 1988 and later on the machine was raced by Gordon Russell. Bob’s ...

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Yamaha 1980 TZ 350 B 383 347 cc two stroke twin production racer The TZ story begins for real in 1971 when air-cooled factory twins bikes first appeared with four lugs already mounted on the front down tubes, upon which the radiator could be mounted as and when required. By the end of that year the first prototype ...

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Designed by the legendary Fabio Taglioni, Ducati’s first road-going v-twin – the 750 GT – arrived in 1971. Lacking the resources of larger rivals from Japan, Ducati made the most of what it already possessed to create one of the all-time great motorcycles of the post-war era. A 90-degree vee, the engine looked ...

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Yamaha 1984 RD 500 LC 499 cc V-4 two stroke Introduced in 1984, the RD500LC was a street legal, road going version of Yamaha's factory YZR500 competition motorcycle which at the time was leading the world championship with Kenny Roberts. This wasn't a motorcycle based upon a current production model intended ...

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Yamaha 1981 TZ 250 H 5F7 250 cc two stroke twin production racer frame # 5F7 010162 engine # 5F7 00019 In 1981 Yamaha was ready to introduce an all new TZ250. Known as the TZ250H, this design incorporated the powervalves found on the 500, providing more of a sensible balance between power and reliability. The ...

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Yamaha 1985 TZ 250/85 250 two stroke twin production racer frame# 59W000129 Last of the steel framed TZ's and the first with reed valves - as such, this model represents an interesting turning point in the history of the TZ250 grand prix two stroke range. Yamaha only made a few 1985 models, as people were hanging ...

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Yamaha 1984 TZ 250 49V 250 cc two stroke twin production racer frame & engine # 49V-000111 1984 saw the release of the TZ250L. This design moved the engine further even still, placing more weight on the front wheel. To prevent tank slapping, the swingarm and wheelbase was lengthened 40mm. Electrically driven powervalves ...

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Harley-Davidson 1983 XR 1000 997 cc V-twin After the Harley buy-back in 1981, Willie G. Davidson pushed the idea that a Sportster-based bike with an XR-based engine could be turned into a pretty ferocious piece of machinery. The XR had proved itself as a tremendously successful racer. Willie had designed ...

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