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Subject: Re: mk2 chopper in violet


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Ken, England (Price)
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Date Posted: Tue, Jun 12 2012, 17:01:47 GMT-4
In reply to: paul brigg 's message, "mk2 chopper in violet" on Tue, Feb 07 2012, 12:30:51 GMT-4

I think your bike is much older. If it was built after 1974 it should start NA. My March 1972 bike is 1709***. My Jan 1973 bike is 2053***. That would put yours mid to late 1972. Does the arrow wedge label say "Patent applied for" or Design No 98***. If it says Patent applied for (which I bet it does) then you have a 1972.

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