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Post  Radar on Sat Apr 27 2019, 23:22

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I rode back from Cornwall on the Thundercat on Thursday and I must admit I was in agony for a sizeable chunk of the trip. I need a sit up and beg distance bike. I have booked test rides on both a 700 and 900 Tracer GT.

I won't be selling the Thundercat, but it might have (another) friend in the garage soon!
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Post  Radar on Sun Jul 14 2019, 19:07

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My dealer doesn't want the MV in p/ex, despite only 2800 miles on the clock...too specialist. I might have to trade the Thundercat which would bring a tear to my eye

Did you get a decent offer for the Cat Tony? Be a shame to let it go if you didn't.

Not had the heart to go and ask, at a bit of an impasse...

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Post  Radar on Sun Jul 28 2019, 00:33

Been on holiday and had a think

Still want a Tracer GT, don't wan to trade the Thundercat unless I have to

So I will do ToL on the cat and see if it is still literally a pain in the neck

Then as the summer is running down I will leave the fleet in place until next March and get a new GT on the 20 plate change over

I will have been in my new job for a few months by then too (hopefully!)
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Post  Rosco on Tue Jul 30 2019, 00:51

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Been on holiday and had a think

Still want a Tracer GT, don't wan to trade the Thundercat unless I have to

So I will do ToL on the cat and see if it is still literally a pain in the neck

Then as the summer is running down I will leave the fleet in place until next March and get a new GT on the 20 plate change over

I will have been in my new job for a few months by then too (hopefully!)

Yer some man Tony. Sounds like you need more garage space.
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Post  Radar on Wed Aug 07 2019, 21:18

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[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:Been on holiday and had a think

Still want a Tracer GT, don't wan to trade the Thundercat unless I have to

So I will do ToL on the cat and see if it is still literally a pain in the neck

Then as the summer is running down I will leave the fleet in place until next March and get a new GT on the 20 plate change over

I will have been in my new job for a few months by then too (hopefully!)

Yer some man Tony.  Sounds like you need more garage space.

I having a new shed base, so I can get a much bigger shed, that should free up some space!
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