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Dear matsubara serow. The whole world is watching and living with the disaster that struck Japan. Hopefully there were no relatives or friends of yours directly injured or killed by the tsunami, but the events strikes all of your inhabitants as everyone can imagine. Should you suffer losses, then all the best wishings to bear the losses. I admire the discipline of your people, knowing that this isn´t over for a very long time. It will take years to overcome the enourmous devastation. The invisable nuclear threat might be even worse, knowing your people have dealt with that before about 65 years ago. I wish you and your people strength and power to cope this disaster. By this photo I figured you live in Sapporo, but families can spread out so if any relatives involved, again all the best wishes for you personally and your relatives. Jan
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Excellent photo.VOTED -Luck in contest
Muy linda foto - VOTADA - Suerte en el concurso.
Are they trying to catch up with the train? I saw some similar "norries" or bamboo trains with a small beltdriving-engine in Cambodia between Battambang and Sisophon.
@matsubara san. Yes, that´s right. The C320S(3)I was even built up to '69, licencebuilt in Belgium. The difference between Belgium and NL's type was carburettorsize and the ignitionmagnetos, having a retarder instead of a an advancer to limit the speed at 40/45kph. Just by screwing the retardinglevers down you could gain 10/15kph. In the NLs you can drive a 45kph moped at 16 years old with a small motorcyclelicence. From 18 off max 25kW and bigger machines from 21 yrs. A 25kph limited moped or scooter can be driven from 16 without helmet. Youngsters sometimes make scooters go much faster even up to 60kph to show off, risking being coaght by the police. Hondas, especially C50, C310, C320, CD50 and SS50 are cult mopeds over here. There are several owner-clubs doing tours. My Nighthawk wasn't sold in NL but imported from US (with mph gauge). I had an XL125 but sold it to buy an old Triumph Speedtwin.