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drchrisstout
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VBMWMO #7839
Kildeer/Chicago
Joined: 10/07/2010
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1962 R69S Earles-Fork, matched numbers just over 35k mi, 600 mi since restoration. Frame & fork powder coated, all sheet metal professionally done in black single stage urethane. Hand brushed pins. All seals, rubber parts, tires, bushings and bearings were replaced. Some chrome re-plated, re-laced & polished rims. Proper leather, dual seat. Rare “S” adjustable steering damper. Re-built carbs, re-wired. Speedo not touched. Mufflers are period correct accessories. No detail missed, right down to the frame mounted air pump. Brakes, grips, pegs are all new. Pistons are new first oversize, valves re-ground. It runs quiet & pulls strong. Everything works as original, correct, and no disappointments. Roadworthy and licensed but always trailered to shows and events. No expense spared, the bike is like new condition. Offered at $19,750. 847.550.0067, email for more photos/info drchrisstout@gmail.com or see details at stoutventures.com, Cheers, Dr. Chris Stout UPDATE: Just won First Place in its class at the 2012 Chicago Motorcycle Show!

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Lafayette, Colorado
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Very nice bike! Good luck

Very nice bike! Good luck with the sale. If you don't mind me asking, how much did it cost to get the wheels polished and relaced? I'm thinking about doing this on my bike. Thanks!

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drchrisstout
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Kildeer/Chicago
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Thanks and likewise! I'm

Thanks and likewise! I'm sorry but I do not know as they were done before I got her (and one of the reasons that I did).

Best with yours!

Cheers,

Chris

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