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ed davis

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2008-08-13 23:47:32

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Posted:Thursday 14 August, 2008 12:23 AM

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Subject: CB92, Benly Super Sport

Question about a brass tag on lower right side of frame, japanese
konji with C92 instead of CB92. This is on my all original 1961
CB92 Super Sport.

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Broeslie

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Posted:Monday 18 August, 2008 10:27 AM

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Subject: Re: CB92, Benly Super Sport

I'm a little confused what the actual question is emoticon


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ed davis

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Posted:Sunday 31 August, 2008 8:12 PM

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Subject: Re: CB92, Benly Super Sport

The question is why does the brass tag on the frame read C92 and the bikes serial frame number reads CB92! emoticon

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James Morgan

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Posted:Thursday 16 June, 2011 10:39 AM

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Subject: Re: CB92, Benly Super Sport

Hi
Some unscrupulous restorers 'chop' the old C92 frame into the shape of a CB92 and then make much more money for their efforts. C92 restored worth maybe ?2000.00, CB92 restored worth maybe ?6000.00.
It is possible you have such a chassis? If this is the case, and you wish to achieve the top value then buying a bare CB92 chassis might be the answer, a lot of work though!

James

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