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    Moderator QLD Shin-Ken 1074's Avatar
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    Smile McIntosh BR1

    Please may the Lotto Gods smile my way this Saturday, it might take most of Division 1 to buy this but I don't care, I want it! My precious!

    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/331341821...84.m1438.l2649
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    Lol . . . would be a nice addition
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    oh wow...............

    What a dream machine.

    I wonder what the reserve is?
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    NOW who wouldn't want that!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThomasJ View Post
    oh wow...............

    What a dream machine.

    I wonder what the reserve is?
    Last time I saw a genuine McIntosh BR1 for sale it had $35,000 on it. It did sell.
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    , very nice

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shin-Ken 1074 View Post
    Last time I saw a genuine McIntosh BR1 for sale it had $35,000 on it. It did sell.
    umm hard to value 35k maybe abit high, this one is the cheaper version at the time uses suzuki brakes, forks and wheels
    the full rolling chassis kits included spoked 3 piece mcintosh hubs 38mm forks and brembo brakes
    price difference at the time was nearly double $3500 for basic kit nearly 7,000 for the rolling chassis

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    Thanks ozman for the interesting facts, I've always loved the McIntosh Suzuki's. A bloke at work had one in the late 90's, I think his was the cheaper version.
    Last edited by 83KAT; 15-10-14 at 11:23 AM.

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    Someone is keen to own this one, $19,600 and there is still over 7 days to the end of the auction. The BR1 that had $35,000 on it was the Full Monty version supplied with complete history and covering documents.
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    It just looks great.

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