1939 Kurogane Type 95 One of the worlds Rarest

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1939 Kurogane Type 95 One of the worlds Rarest

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Re: 1939 Kurogane Type 95 One of the worlds Rarest

Post by budoka » Tue Apr 26, 2016 9:45 am

whoa. i've never even heard of one of those. i'll have to show it to my buddy and see what he knows, if anything. actually, i'd bet one of his customers would know if anyone would. this guy has all sorts of super rare bikes, apparently.

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Re: 1939 Kurogane Type 95 One of the worlds Rarest

Post by friday » Thu May 12, 2016 1:38 am

Ive heard of these before , the most "common" japanese mfg is Rikuo , right up to the 50s . there is also a company that made a replica indian scout , name unknown .
the japanese confiscated foriegn factories , hey companies were getting cheap labor .

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