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Offline Badgerbyk

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Bridgestone at last
« on: November 27, 2021, 03:14:34 PM »
Years ago I really wanted a Bridgestone 90,I thought they looked much cooler than the Honda S90's that were popular then.Well,I never did get that 90 or any other bike (parents had other ideas about me getting a motorcycle!). It took 30 years later til I did get first motorcycle,and a few after that.So,a while back an ad for a cool little Surfrider project caught my eye,I went to take a look and now I finally have a Bridgestone.Unfortunately it is titleless and I don't know what year it is.It does need more parts than I realized. Engine is partially disassemble but looks to be in good condition.My priority is to get the engine back together and get this running.It needs piston rings and a petcock at minimum.I did contact Richard Clark for parts but haven't gotten a response.
Here's the project.( I do have the rear wheel)
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Re: Bridgestone at last
« Reply #1 on: November 28, 2021, 02:27:09 PM »
Congratulations on finding your dream bike!

Re: title, it is a straight-forward, step-by-step process to obtain registration and license plate for any vehicle 25 years or older by going through the Vermont DMV.  Once you have Vermont registration, then you can go to your local DMV and obtain registration, title and license plate.  Despite what some may say, any state in the union will honor the Vermont registration.  I have obtained registration, title and license plate in my state at least 10 times without any problem whatsoever.  if you don't like paperwork and step-by-step processes then you can use this company who will do the process for you >>>   I used this company one time before i learned that i can directly apply to the Vermont DMV myself for for registration.



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