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Hello good people of Classic-land,
I just bought a 1993 Classic (County - LWB). It joins its younger brother (1999 P38) in the garage.
This promises to be interesting stuff, with challenges of different varieties from the ones to which I have become accustomed.
Hope to start getting into it this coming weekend, weather permitting.
Thanks for reading,
Dan
 

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Dan, you'll enjoy it. They feel totally different to a P38A and, in some ways, they are nicer to drive.

You realise it didn't happen without pictures!
 

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The LWB is also a much different beast than the SWB. I wish I had never sold mine as she rode much better than the P38.
 

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Dan is the new owner of my Classic.Fluids are all done and you do not have the 24 spline axels. You wont need them for trail ridding and town cruising. You have a package coming soon from me by the way.
 

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It warms a man's heart when he hears that a Classic is kept in the family so to speak.
My blog and website have lots for you to read about Classics. Welcome to the family.
 
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