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Get yer checkbook out Randy, as a friend I'm more than happy to view this bike for you and also run it on your behalf at the track day at this years Bubba III.

I have been on one before you know!!


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Just look in the background as there appears to be some TZ 350 YAMAHA's as well TZ 350 'C' ( 77-78 ish) if I'm not mistaken as they are cantilevers and I do now for a fact that the 'C' was the first cantilever suspension TZ.​
 

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Very nice Ade, but as a bitza bike with no actual race heritage, what do you think it's worth?
 

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Very nice Ade, but as a bitza bike with no actual race heritage, what do you think it's worth?
Most of the 500/3 's you see now are like this John, there is one here on the Isle of Man and the owner says exactly the same, its made up of some genuine parts and some reproduced.

To have the real deal factory 500/3 would be a tall order but I'll bet this is one is worth way more than £50,000 and believe me they do look and sound pukka too.​
 

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Others may disagree but if I had the dosh, I'd prefer to have that in the garage instead of a F4CC.
 

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If you are after a 'genuine' factory race bike then contact the Kay's in the UK. They are building about six bikes which are built using the original plans, specs etc. You can apparently take a part from the Kay bike and bolt it straight onto the works bike. One has been campaigned at the Isle of Man classic event for the last two years. There was an article bout the bike in Clssic Bike or a similar British magazine a few years ago.
 

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If you are after a 'genuine' factory race bike then contact the Kay's in the UK. They are building about six bikes which are built using the original plans, specs etc. You can apparently take a part from the Kay bike and bolt it straight onto the works bike. One has been campaigned at the Isle of Man classic event for the last two years. There was an article bout the bike in Clssic Bike or a similar British magazine a few years ago.
Yes, they can build you a bike from scratch however they are incredibly exspensive:jsm::jsm::jsm::jsm::jsm::jsm:
 
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