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Im back, and found a Savage a little Jem on ebay
02/26/07 at 16:39:37
 
Hey all, been out of the loop for a year or so now. Just to say Hi again to all and tell you how happy I am coming back onto the forum for the first time and seeing its still alive and kicking Smiley...

Heres a little Jem to share with you all. I found it on ebay and its still for sale...

Savage powered Cafe racer..... cool!



Heres the URL if you fancy having a bid...
http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/BSA-SUZUKI-650-Cafe-Racer-Hybrid-Project-no-reserve_W0Q...
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Re: Im back, and found a Savage a little Jem on eb
Reply #1 - 02/26/07 at 17:44:10
 
Couldn't get your link to work. Try this one. Slick looking scoot!

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Re: Im back, and found a Savage a little Jem on eb
Reply #2 - 02/26/07 at 18:45:09
 
That is a very cool start on a good idea.
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Reply #3 - 02/26/07 at 21:03:59
 
What kind of frame is that?  Is that a Norton Frame?

Never mind...it's a BSA.
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Reply #4 - 02/26/07 at 21:09:21
 
Whoa.  Now if you need a project bike, that's one for ya.

He's got all the stuff there all you gotta do is figure out how to put it together....with your fingers crossed, too.

I've got too much on my plate Tongue
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Re: Im back, and found a Savage a little Jem on eb
Reply #5 - 02/27/07 at 06:44:13
 
chain drive !!!
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Re: Im back, and found a Savage a little Jem on eb
Reply #6 - 02/27/07 at 07:31:29
 
At a quick glance I might mistake that for the legendary BSA Gold Star 500cc
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Reply #7 - 02/27/07 at 08:27:30
 
At first, I thought it was fashioned after this sweet little hybrid.  Triumph in a Norton frame...Smiley

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Re: Im back, and found a Savage a little Jem on eb
Reply #8 - 02/27/07 at 13:05:08
 
Hey London Thing now that's one cool use for a Savage engine.  I ride The Lettuce partly because its got 32 hp and my bike licence is still limited to 34hp but, sentimental old fool that I am, mostly because of that engine. A four-stroke single was what my dad rode, a Matchless 350 to be precise (DMR 781 where are you now?) and The Lettuce is my homage to mum & dad's courting days back in the early 1950's.  At 74 mum begged me for a pillion ride and so off we went. She's still a natural and with "go with the bike" as her motto we put in 30 miles or so. She loved it.  Is 74 some kind of Savage record for a passenger?
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Re: Im back, and found a Savage a little Jem on eb
Reply #9 - 02/27/07 at 13:13:47
 
Hey ya, Im back in London now, My Savage is still in my workshop at my mums (shes 60 and I have yet to get her on a bike with me, she probably would so I may treat the old girl someday soon). Ill be back up that way this summer so Will be doing some more stuff to my savage then to get her on the road (FINALLY)....

Salad_Shaker wrote on 12/31/69 at 16:00:02:
Hey London Thing now that's one cool use for a Savage engine.  I ride The Lettuce partly because its got 32 hp and my bike licence is still limited to 34hp but, sentimental old fool that I am, mostly because of that engine. A four-stroke single was what my dad rode, a Matchless 350 to be precise (DMR 781 where are you now?) and The Lettuce is my homage to mum & dad's courting days back in the early 1950's.  At 74 mum begged me for a pillion ride and so off we went. She's still a natural and with "go with the bike" as her motto we put in 30 miles or so. She loved it.  Is 74 some kind of Savage record for a passenger?

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