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COBBLE HILL, BC

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requirements for a safety on a 1929 Model 'A'
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No fenders...dry and paved roads in BC

news.gov.bc.ca/releases/2016TRAN0174-001204

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COBBLE HILL, BC

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PETERBOROUGH, ONT

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Boy, ask a question here and it really gets attention. I'm learning. I'll have to be really careful with my wording too.
I should mention that I had another neighbour drop in last week and said he has a mechanic friend who would certify my ride sight unseen for $200. So it is true they are still out there. I thanked my neighbour for trying to assist but passed on the offer. I want to be safe so I'll buy (or probably build) fenders and a bumper ( I already made a rear bumper) and rip them off later if I don't like the look.
I'm getting a lot of advice to go to Chrome on the Canal but I think I'll just stay home and work on my ride. I wanted to go with my ride so I guess I'll go next year. Besides, it isn't the destination, it's the journey and it all starts in the garage. Right? Thank you everyone !

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NIAGARA FALLS, ONT

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  The post of Jarvis 1, Canadian rodder forum is one you should open up and follow " Time Travellers " advice.  He knows what he says is gospel. 

 



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