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matcho mick
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New South Wales


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Posted - 07 Sep 2007 :  12:17:21 AM  Show Profile  Visit matcho mick's Homepage Send matcho mick a Private Message  

 
I have a picture of a Victorian K Malins in WA for the 1968 Australian TT,riding a Kawasaki 125 twin,his race # was 149,can anyone confirm/remember this,rider?,cheers Mick

john feakes
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Victoria


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Posted - 07 Sep 2007 :  12:12:35 PM  Show Profile Send john feakes a Private Message  

 
Mick, I have the Veteran Association membership list beside me and he does not appear on that. Not that it means much. I will ask around. Cheers, John
 

 
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acotrel
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Victoria


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Posted - 07 Sep 2007 :  6:18:05 PM  Show Profile Send acotrel a Private Message  

 
I believe Karl Malins used to work for BJT Brakes in Hawthorn where we used to all get our racing brakes. Bob Brown knew him fairly well, he's got the Ducati workshop in Kensington.
 

 
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matcho mick
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New South Wales


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Posted - 03 Nov 2007 :  1:00:43 PM  Show Profile  Visit matcho mick's Homepage Send matcho mick a Private Message  

 
close Alan,now at BGT brakes in Dandenong,(thanks marsbar ),not a 125 as i originally thought but A1R 250,(mag captions wrong!)cheers all
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acotrel
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Victoria


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Posted - 03 Nov 2007 :  10:42:53 PM  Show Profile Send acotrel a Private Message  

 
I sometimes amaze myself with the amount of useless garbage stored in my head!
 

 
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acotrel
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Victoria


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Posted - 03 Nov 2007 :  10:45:37 PM  Show Profile Send acotrel a Private Message  

 
I think the A1R was owned by the Dagg Bros from Sandy Club!
 

 
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