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wez.kSun Mar-25-07 09:28 AM
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Hello I am a new member looking for some info on a bike I once owned. I owned the bike for about two years in my late teens, which would put us around 1964 to 1966. I aquired it from a man who had it stood up against a wall in his back garden and said it would not work. To the best of my recollection I gave him a fiver for it and pushed it home! It didn't take much effort to get it going and I rode it around happily for a couple of years before part-exing it for a car. I have recollections of doing 80mph on it down the M5, which was then a very new road. Now aged (a youthful) 60, I would very much like to own one again, possibly as a restoration project My understanding at the time was that it was a Dominator 99. However, allthough I did not know much about it at the time, I now realise that it was not a standard model. Description is as follows. Frame - Featherbed (I'm pretty sure). Forks - Telescopic alloy with 'clip-on' bars. Wheels - Spoked with alloy hubs containing full width drum brakes. Engine - I have a feeling it was a 600cc twin. It had twin Amal carbs and a siamese exhaust which ran down the left side of the machine (I think). This was unusual because I have only seen twin exhausts in all the pictures of Dommi 99's I have found. Colour - Black, allthough I'm not sure it was original. Unfortunately I cant remember its year of registration or Reg Number. I would be grateful if anyone could shed light on what it might have been. If you need any further info, please ask and I will try to remember. Thanks.


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