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Old 19th April 2009, 00:29   #1
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Inherited from Dad & restored by me.
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Old 19th April 2009, 11:26   #2
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Nice one Anurag, a lot of originality exits .

Looks like a very well maintained bike

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Hi,

Can we see some of your possessions pics.
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Can we see some of your possessions pics.

There is a Royal Enfield Sherpa thread started by myself with pictures
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Anurag,

Very nicely maintained bike, although I would call it more "customized" than restored. The handlebar is not original. Neither are the rear indicators. Also, the rear backrest looks awful on such a classic design.

No offence meant, but original parts for the 1970 Bullet are very easily available in most large 2 wheeler markets. I know some shops in Karol Bagh where you can get them. I'm sure there are plenty of Delhiites on TBHP who can also help you. They will go miles in making the bike look like an original restoration.
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well restored. need somemore crome works like handle bar and few more places will make her more shining in croud
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Nice. Absolutely beautifull piece.

Ride on

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Nicely restored RE,though indicators and few parts are not original.
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