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    Just came across this site which has loads of catalogues (some in French) for all sorts of makes.

    http://www.motos-anglaises.com/catal...load_coolmenus

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    A great find.

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    That's quite a resource.

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    Yes, it's amazing how much stuff is out there. The other superb site I know of is Christian's AMC site with all the manuals, parts lists etc.

    http://archives.jampot.dk/

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    Triumph and Norton manuals.

    http://classicbike.biz/

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