73 KL 90

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Cato
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73 KL 90

Post by Cato » Sun Jun 28, 2020 12:03 pm

I finally got round to getting the digital card for my MT350. No idea where 8 RLC would have been at that time, or what 13 TPT SQN actually is?

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1928 Motoconfort (in boxes).
1934 Magnat Debon.
1957 Enfield Bullet 350.
1981 GSX 1100 ET.
1995 MT350.

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Re: 73 KL 90

Post by MTBrown » Sun Jun 28, 2020 12:38 pm

Basically, the bike was used by the 8th Artillery Support Regiment Royal Logistics Corp with 13 Transport Squadron attached to a particular artillery unit. Its main task would have been to escort supply vehicles for the unit.
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Re: 73 KL 90

Post by Cato » Sun Jun 28, 2020 12:45 pm

Thanks.

So I guess it'd be a matter of nosing around the internet to see where they would have been '99 to '03?
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1928 Motoconfort (in boxes).
1934 Magnat Debon.
1957 Enfield Bullet 350.
1981 GSX 1100 ET.
1995 MT350.

Cato
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Re: 73 KL 90

Post by Cato » Mon Jun 29, 2020 4:08 pm

A kind soul sent me the movements for the Sqn during that period, which basically comes down to it sitting around in Catterick with occasional convoy duties in Germany. The Sqn went to Northern Ireland, but they quite sensibly don't use the bikes there. :shock:

So the low kms make sense, and it's comforting to know it hasn't been bunged out of a chinook half way up a mountain somewhere. :D
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1928 Motoconfort (in boxes).
1934 Magnat Debon.
1957 Enfield Bullet 350.
1981 GSX 1100 ET.
1995 MT350.

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