Curious (paging Platy too)

Discussion in 'UK Motorcycles' started by Cab, May 21, 2006.

  1. Cab

    Cab Guest

    I was flipping through ebay after seeing platys moment of madness and
    checked on his R80RT (ebay no: : 4621404789) that he'd sold. For me,
    one of the questions stood out.

    "Q: Would you be interested in a swap for my Kawasaki KZ1000-P American
    police bike with MOT?"

    Well, I had one [1] of these for about 6 months before I left the UK.
    Shortly after I sold it on, it was half-inched (I knew this, as the new
    owners InsCo called me about it).

    Granted, it could have been found and returned to the previous owner,
    but is this likely? After all, how many other Merkin Z-thou plod bikes
    are there likely to be in the UK?

    BTW, Platy, do you have the contact details of the person that asked
    you the Q? I'm interested in seeing if the bike is still up for an
    offer (if it's all above board, that is).

    [1] I really liked this, as it was really comfortable on long distance
    Cab, May 21, 2006
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  2. Cab

    platypus Guest

    I think there's quite a few, actually.
    I'll dig it out and email you.
    platypus, May 21, 2006
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  3. Cab

    Cab Guest

    I know I probably couldn't have had the only one, but I'd be interested
    to see how many there are running around the UK.
    Cab, May 21, 2006
  4. Quite a few. My mate Chris had one[1]. he converted it to dual seat, but
    kept the panniers, screen, lights etc and like you, used it as a budget

    [1] From Providence, Rhode Island, according to the police sticker.
    The Older Gentleman, May 21, 2006
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    Fr Jack Guest

    Fr Jack, May 21, 2006
  6. Cab

    sweller Guest

    There are two I know of in Brighton.
    sweller, May 21, 2006
  7. Cab

    platypus Guest

    Abject failure, then. Send me an unmunged email to and
    I'll try again.
    platypus, May 21, 2006
  8. Cab

    Cab Guest

    Done. Ta.
    Cab, May 21, 2006
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