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    Supporting Member clofan's Avatar
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    Ordered!
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    I didn't read through all the posts in case this was asked. Do you accept email money transfer from a bank?

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    I've tried "Interac" previously without success, looks like they've contracted with Western Union now so that is possible I think.
    If they ask for a specific WU location use 6708 NE 63rd St. Vancouver WA 98661
    Or you can mail a check, looks like exchange rate is sort of stable. $30 USD = $40.84 CAD today
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    SALE IS ACTIVE TILL 200 SHIRTS SOLD T-shirt sales supporting 66Sprint's Land Speed Record Build http://www.hondatwins.net/forums/22-...d-attempt.html

    http://www.hondatwins.net/forums/22-...d-attempt.html and http://www.hondatwins.net/forums/1-p...r-attempt.html
    Road Trip http://www.hondatwins.net/forums/11-...here-i-go.html or "where's Jim now?"
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    161 sold, 39 left
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    Jim O'Brien
    1979 CM400T "road bike" modified for travelling
    1978 CB400T1 restored
    1972 CL350 survivor restoration

    SALE IS ACTIVE TILL 200 SHIRTS SOLD T-shirt sales supporting 66Sprint's Land Speed Record Build http://www.hondatwins.net/forums/22-...d-attempt.html

    http://www.hondatwins.net/forums/22-...d-attempt.html and http://www.hondatwins.net/forums/1-p...r-attempt.html
    Road Trip http://www.hondatwins.net/forums/11-...here-i-go.html or "where's Jim now?"
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    ill order one shortly

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    I'm new here but I was wondering if you've had a chance to run your bike? I'm not unfamiliar with LSR. If I can be of any help don't hesitate to ask.

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    Steve hasn't been physically capable of completing the bike yet. He's having fairly major back problems that allow him on really good days to maybe work on the bike for an hour or so. At this point he is testing individual systems to ensure they work correctly, like the separate oiling system for the turbo. Bonneville this year is still in question but it may happen. He's fully committed to completing the bike even though he won't be able to ride it. I have a fairly committed alternate pilot for the bike if it comes together this year.
    Turbo Honda 175 for LSR attempt....
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    Jim O'Brien
    1979 CM400T "road bike" modified for travelling
    1978 CB400T1 restored
    1972 CL350 survivor restoration

    SALE IS ACTIVE TILL 200 SHIRTS SOLD T-shirt sales supporting 66Sprint's Land Speed Record Build http://www.hondatwins.net/forums/22-...d-attempt.html

    http://www.hondatwins.net/forums/22-...d-attempt.html and http://www.hondatwins.net/forums/1-p...r-attempt.html
    Road Trip http://www.hondatwins.net/forums/11-...here-i-go.html or "where's Jim now?"
    Member Map http://www.hondatwins.net/forums/dcMembermap.php

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    Well I can certainly relate to how back problems can delay a bike project. That's been the bane of my "KZ440LOL" and "CB900K0 Bol Bomber" projects. GAWD knows when I'll ever get 'em back together. It's the stuff like, engine swaps or frame swaps etc, that's what really kills me. I'd give my right AND left nuts (for all the good they've done me) for these engines to weigh as much as the CB175, though! What's needed is a YOUNGSTER, or several, to help with all the physical labour involved. I remember my '69 CB100 x '70 SL100 hybrid project (where I used both back rims & tires laced to alternate hubs - without so much as a library book for help) When I was young & still carved out of marble, I could lift those bikes over the side of a truck rather than put up with the hassle of opening the tailgate. Ha-ha. So get a couple of YOUNG Honda-Twin enthusiasts to hold the bike hovering above a hospital bed, IF that's what's needed. The education alone should be payment enough! Of course there's always the possibility of finding some young couple - where he'd do all the physical labour just to see his 'reet-petite' of a sweetheart dressed up in leathers to attempt the LSR as your jockey. Might make for a better fundraiser, if you can find a 'reet-petite' to do a photo-shoot heh-heh.

    Well ANYWAY. Do you have these in a 3XL? And how much more would it cost to include the Pay-Pal 'Goods/Services' fees?


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    Quote Originally Posted by SoyBoySigh View Post

    Well ANYWAY. Do you have these in a 3XL? And how much more would it cost to include the Pay-Pal 'Goods/Services' fees?


    -Sigh.
    I'll contact Brent, I think we can still do the 3XL. If so then use the "Send Money" option on PayPal instead of "Goods and Services". I'll PM you as soon as I know about the shirts
    Jim O'Brien
    1979 CM400T "road bike" modified for travelling
    1978 CB400T1 restored
    1972 CL350 survivor restoration

    SALE IS ACTIVE TILL 200 SHIRTS SOLD T-shirt sales supporting 66Sprint's Land Speed Record Build http://www.hondatwins.net/forums/22-...d-attempt.html

    http://www.hondatwins.net/forums/22-...d-attempt.html and http://www.hondatwins.net/forums/1-p...r-attempt.html
    Road Trip http://www.hondatwins.net/forums/11-...here-i-go.html or "where's Jim now?"
    Member Map http://www.hondatwins.net/forums/dcMembermap.php

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