This is more a matter for the Administrator, not us Moderators.
I'm not sure what the size linmit is, or if there even is one - or if this is even the issue.
My only suggestion would be to edit down the file size - just about any photo edit program can do that.
In the meantime, GB, go out and buy a Playboy magazine or something......
Well thats probably the hardest question you could have asked.To date I've found out that this motorcycle had been crated up and stored until it was first sold in 1974 here in the UK Reg. No YDK316L.I've had it re-registered back to date of manufacture 1967 as I didn't like the yellow rear numberplate & the front forks are no longer as orig pic.It was altered to take a fairing by the second owner but as it only has about 8,000 miles on the clock from new I'm pretty sure its was as originally sold.Unfortunatly two people were killed on it in 1985 and it had been dry stored since but was in a pretty poor condition when I got it.
I'm still hoping the original owner will one day be found and all facts found out. No doubt it is a rare animal as it had the chromed sidestand,mudguards,chainguard,headlamp shell etc.Regards Chris.
I almost bought a red 450 way back about 69 it was sitting in a car yard where it had been traded. It was way out in the back blocks and would have been hard to get back home, but that was the only red "bomber" I have seen and I have always wondered if it was red from new or had been painted. I seem to remember that it was red all over frame and all. Allan
It's a pity you did not buy it. In 69 it would probably have been a genuine Red Dragon. We have only postively identified one machine that is considered to be a genuine Red Dragon on the DOHC site after much searching and discussion. Red was a genuine option and the parts book lists red parts.
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