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On 03/08/2019 at 06:33, Stubby said:

I used to love the smell of R40 . I am sure modern synthetics do a better job but they don't smell as good !

Castrol R is what it smelled like  in Lancashire for the whole summer if 83, combined with the sound of the RD350 LC.

Loads of scooter boys using Aspen in their lambretta’s these days.

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3 minutes ago, The avantgardener said:

Castrol R is what it smelled like  in Lancashire for the whole summer if 83, combined with the sound of the RD350 LC.

Think we all need to remind ourselves what they looked like.

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1 minute ago, The avantgardener said:

I will have some at my Mams. There was a guy round the corner from me had a Black and Yellow Kenny Roberts replica, made mine look mediocre.

Dig ‘em out when you can.

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