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RealClassic 39
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RealClassic 391

Issue 39: Red Rudge Issue Thirty Nine: July 2007

This issue of the magazine includes two-strokes, four-strokes, singles and twins, a triple and an almost 'unquantifiable' * and we'll send you a copy if you ask us nicely (and pay for it!)

  • 1953 BSA Golden Flash: How can you solve electrical hassle on an old A10. Frank Westworth investigates a Classic Solution…
  • 1957 Greeves Fleetstar: Steve Wilson rides a 197cc two-stroke roadster, fitted with the Villiers 9E single cylinder engine
  • *1974 Hercules W2000: Paul Morgan-Knight rides a rotary-engined rarity and works out how that weird engine works
  • 1937 Rudge Special 500: Rudge's famous racing motorcycles devoured most of the company's resources, but they put their expertise to good use on road bikes like this girder-forked beauty
  • Triumph T100 Rebuild: Humbernut's restoration project is finished. Was it worth all the effort?
  • 1969 Triumph T120 Special: This unit 650 started out as a basic Bonneville, but its owner converted it to a tricksy flat-tracker
  • 1961 Velocette Clubman: Originally a Viper, this Velo's been converted to Venom spec and then tweaked and fettled and … it's a work in progress!
  • Yamaha XS750 Project: Rod Ker fits a new mudguard (oh, the excitement) and faffs around with carbs. Again

    PLUS: Anarchy goes to Rotary Day; we test different types of petrol tank sealant; news, letters and bikes for sale; Bickerstaff goes to the Classic Bike Club's Show; Minton wants to see all show entries running, and Frank Westworth suffers from rot...

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