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Early Townmate

Post  oldskoolpulsar on Tue 17 Nov - 14:15

I have a T80 in very rough shape.

its a A reg bike, 0002** so early vin.

It was first registered 10th month 1983.

Is there any earlier known Townmate's ?

even has unique speedometer. its the early Japanese version, but in English.

does the age and vin make this machine more unique?

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Re: Early Townmate

Post  JohnW on Tue 17 Nov - 20:18

oldskoolpulsar wrote:I have a T80 in very rough shape.

its a A reg bike, 0002** so early vin.

It was first registered 10th month 1983.

Is there any earlier known Townmate's ?

even has unique speedometer. its the early Japanese version, but in English.

does the age and vin make this machine more unique?

I had an 'A' reg T80 some years ago frame number 35T000260 that went for a field bike so presumed dead by now. My bike had the same speedo as the later ones but without the turn indicator warning light. As for being unique I suppose it may be of interest to a collector, but the fact that it is rough would mean it would need a fortune spending on it. Maybe if it was 000001 it would be worth saving. The engine & frame numbers were the same incidentally.

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Post  oldskoolpulsar on Wed 18 Nov - 8:04

My engine and frame match, but literally the mudguard, and sides of the body work has holes from the sandblasters. very very thin metal after all the corrosion been removed.

I may put it to the back of my shed for another year!

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