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 Post subject: MY CHRISMAS GIFT
PostPosted: December 25th, 2006, 7:58 am 
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My Christmas gift from Me to Me is a 89 TA with 60014 miles.Got to tell you how beautifull she is.Just unloaded from my pick up truck this morning.I`m adding this bike to an XRL and a F50 Dakar.Looks like this is my favorite.I always wanted one when I used to live in Italy and finally got my hands on this beautifull machine. :D
Merry Christmas to all and hope your gift was just as beautifull as mine.
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 Post subject: Re: MY CHRISMAS GIFT
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clanut wrote:
My Christmas from Me to Me is a 89 TA with 60014 miles.Got to tell you how beautifull she is.Just unloaded from my pick up truck this morning.I`m adding this bike to an XRL and a F50 Dakar.Looks like this is my favorite.I always wanted one when I used to live in Italy and finally got my hands on this beautifull machine. :D
Merry Christmas to all and hope your gift was just as beautifull as mine.
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Annnnnd another Spammer bites the dust...

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 Post subject: Re: MY CHRISMAS GIFT
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And another one's gone,
And another one's gone,
Another one bites the device!

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 Post subject: Re: MY CHRISMAS GIFT
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Why would someone spam a site such as ours? Oh well...foookin kids is s'pose.

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