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3 hours ago, JayClay said:

 

Was your original reply not quite unhelpful enough?

Sorry

papa having flashback.?

glitch in the matrix.?

dunno.

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17 hours ago, papa al said:

At only 217,930baht should sell like hotcakes. 

 

 
119,000 actually for the TG 150 - I was not seeking your opinion on price but had anyone bought one?  and if so are they pleased with it.  Very few buy the 300 model.

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19 hours ago, mrbojangles said:

I have a Scomadi 125 which is basically the same scooter. I think the 2 engineers who designed them separated and formed 2 companies but used the same design.

 

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Cool - yes same people and the same bike.

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5 hours ago, papa al said:

Definitely not gay.

It's a copy  Lambretta  with a 4 stroke twist and go engine 

VS the clutch and gear 2 stroke original...so I'd say a tiny bit gay 😋

 

You are a Rocker  with your CBR,Raider and Duke...but perhaps a bit of Yamaha scooter thrown in ?  :shock1:

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On 6/19/2024 at 10:03 PM, papa al said:

At only 217,930baht should sell like hotcakes. 

 

 

On 6/20/2024 at 9:09 AM, papa al said:

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On 6/20/2024 at 10:56 AM, JayClay said:

 

Was your original reply not quite unhelpful enough?

 

On 6/20/2024 at 2:04 PM, papa al said:

Sorry

papa having flashback.?

glitch in the matrix.?

dunno.

😵‍💫

 

What's your excuse this time?

 

19 hours ago, papa al said:

Definitely not gay.

 

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20 hours ago, papa al said:

Definitely not gay.

Maybe not in Thailand, definitely gay in Australia. 

 

Around the city PCX 

 

Out on the Sukhumvit and beyond xDiavel. 

 

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20 hours ago, johng said:

It's a copy  Lambretta  with a 4 stroke twist and go engine 

VS the clutch and gear 2 stroke original...so I'd say a tiny bit gay 😋

 

You are a Rocker  with your CBR,Raider and Duke...but perhaps a bit of Yamaha scooter thrown in ?  :shock1:

 

So are you saying everyone who has a twist n go are a tiny bit gay?

 

Personally, I drive my car most places I go but I have the twist n go cos I can't ride a motorbike. I only use it to go to 7/11. Never bothered to learn how to ride a motorbike with gears in the west and so I'm certainly not gonna try and learn on the streets in this crazy town.

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4 hours ago, mrbojangles said:

So are you saying everyone who has a twist n go are a tiny bit gay?

I'm saying persons driving  twist and go scooters look a bit "girly" or "gay" 

in my opinion 😋 <-- notice emoji with tongue sticking out.

A non girly or gay bike has a clutch and gears. 😀 🥰  looking very manly and macho  (humour)

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2 minutes ago, johng said:

I'm saying persons driving  twist and go scooters look a bit "girly" or "gay" 

in my opinion 😋 <-- notice emoji with tongue sticking out.

A non girly or gay bike has a clutch and gears. 😀 🥰  looking very manly and macho  (humour)

LnBuZw

 Really dumb post - say that to the Mods in the 60s and get a kicking.

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On 6/20/2024 at 3:16 PM, BobBKK said:

119,000 actually for the TG 150

 

I think it looks nice   but overpriced  and probably would be hard to get parts and a mechanic to fix it.

 

 

33 minutes ago, BobBKK said:

Really dumb post - say that to the Mods in the 60s and get a kicking.

 

I had a Vespa GS 150 when I was 16 (not in the 60's) could only ride it off road  as I didn't have a licence,the

scooter was not roadworthy anyway it was painted in a very "manly" orange  I bought it as a restoration project  but it was quickly apparent just how much work and money that would involve..sold it eventually for 70 pounds   and bought a Yamaha DT125LC

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8 minutes ago, johng said:

 

 

I think it looks nice   but overpriced  and probably would be hard to get parts and a mechanic to fix it.

 

 

 

I had a Vespa GS 150 when I was 16 (not in the 60's) could only ride it off road  as I didn't have a licence,the

scooter was not roadworthy anyway it was painted in a very "manly" orange  I bought it as a restoration project  but it was quickly apparent just how much work and money that would involve..sold it eventually for 70 pounds   and bought a Yamaha DT125LC

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 They have dealerships everywhere - several in Chiang Mai and Bangkok must-have loads. But it's not so convenient as a Honda or Yamaha of course.

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