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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 02-16-2019, 01:54 PM Thread Starter
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Aus F4 750s for sale

Not sure where to put this but some members might like to be aware.
Saw these 2 ads on Facey. The Airlie beach one has under 8000km and is under 10k....

Airlie Beach one is at the top.
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How come Australia got automatic transmission?

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I think it is a default setting for the Facebook Marketplace.

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post #4 of 9 (permalink) Old 02-17-2019, 04:37 PM
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G'day Glenn,
Have you got a link to the top one? I can't find it on FB.

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Ken, Check your email mate. Sent you the link and have also asked for contact details for you.
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They are both well priced compared to UK conversion. We are paying between $AU12 to 18,000 plus for the 750s.
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Yeh mate, unlike sport the UK usually lead us on prices 😁

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Yeh mate, unlike sport the UK usually lead us on prices 😁
Yep. I think England has been in the sport doldrums since the famed last minute goal by Jonny Wilkinson in the 2003 rugby World Cup.

Anyway, back to the bikes. These are never lost for interest. I suspect they'll be snapped up very quick - especially with those mileages!
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Ahhh I was in Sydney for the 03 World Cup. I remember the semi against the All Blacks and felt like it was the final for those 2 sides. So much went into that game whoever moved forward was not going to be as good at the next game. That and the difference between southern hemisphere and Northern hemisphere rugby. We tend to play a more run the ball style of rugby which is not always the best at winning games. Combine that with a once in a generation kicker like Wilkinson and you had it in the bag. The entertaining style of running the ball is why I think the Tri nations (Aus, NZ, South Africa) is probably the best comp to watch.
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