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Old 29-Mar-2005, 05:43 PM
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Stolen Yamaha R6 1999 T94 LGP

Hi guys

Have posted this on a few sites and one of the members suggested this one too.

***REWARD OFFERED FOR RECOVERY OR INFORMATION LEADING TO RECOVERY ***

STOLEN from Brands Hatch BSB meet on Monday 28th March, my 1999 Yamaha R6.

This bike has a very distinctive black & white West GP replica paintjob.

Reg no: T94 LGP
Chassis no: JYARJ031000007061
Engine no: J502E0008981

Distinguishing features are:

- Black & white West GP replica paintjob. Mainly black with white on side panels, and white numberboards on nose fairing and seat unit. 'West' stickers on sidepanels and nose fairing.

- Black tank with silver Yamaha tuning fork logo and 'West' sticker.

- Micro arrow-indicators - carbon-look with clear lenses

- Aftermarket pointed bar-ends

- Smoked double-bubble screen

Please contact me on lharrity@clara.co.uk if you have any info on the whereabouts of this bike. Like I said, reward offered for info leading to recovery.

Cheers
L


[Edited on 11-4-2005 by Webteam]
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Old 29-Mar-2005, 05:49 PM
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Not being funny like, but this being a Ducati web site, do we hold open the doors to let every single bike that is ever nicked be posted?

I really am not be arsey (and I mean that very seriously), and I can totally appreciate the more extensive the knowledge of a stolen bike the better the chances are of finding it, or at least spotting it.

Just my $0.02 worth, and I'm really sorry to hear it mate.
Don't take offence.
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Old 29-Mar-2005, 05:56 PM
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Not being funny like, but this being a Ducati web site, do we hold open the doors to let every single bike that is ever nicked be posted?

I really am not be arsey (and I mean that very seriously), and I can totally appreciate the more extensive the knowledge of a stolen bike the better the chances are of finding it, or at least spotting it.

Just my $0.02 worth, and I'm really sorry to hear it mate.
Don't take offence.

He's alright, besides ... he was invited by a member. Whatever helps him find his stolen bike.

We don't get that many here posting these so I doubt it would be a concern.

Good luck finding your bike mate.
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Old 29-Mar-2005, 07:21 PM
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Not being funny like, but this being a Ducati web site, do we hold open the doors to let every single bike that is ever nicked be posted?

I really am not be arsey (and I mean that very seriously), and I can totally appreciate the more extensive the knowledge of a stolen bike the better the chances are of finding it, or at least spotting it.

Just my $0.02 worth, and I'm really sorry to hear it mate.
Don't take offence.

I suggested Larry posted something here as the more people that know the better the chance (however remote) of a result.

I'd be pretty pi$$ed off if I had my bike stolen and posted something on a Y A M A H A or H O N D A site and was told sorry mate you can't post here cos you've got the wrong badge on your tank.
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Old 29-Mar-2005, 09:09 PM
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Like I said, wasn't meaning to offend.
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Old 03-Apr-2005, 09:06 AM
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Just think, you could use the insurance to buy a Ducati !
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Old 03-Apr-2005, 09:24 AM
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Originally posted by ath748
Not being funny like, but this being a Ducati web site, do we hold open the doors to let every single bike that is ever nicked be posted?

I really am not be arsey (and I mean that very seriously), and I can totally appreciate the more extensive the knowledge of a stolen bike the better the chances are of finding it, or at least spotting it.

Just my $0.02 worth, and I'm really sorry to hear it mate.
Don't take offence.

Couldn't disagree more. As the guy says, it's a distinctive paint job so there's a slim chance somone wouldv'e noticed it. Is it really too much to ask some board members to keep an eye out once every few months? I can't exactly see us being flooded with requests.....

Larry; good luck in finding the bike and the little $%&ús that stole it.
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Old 03-Apr-2005, 09:51 AM
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Advertising a reward

Please can you edit your post and remove the words NO QUESTIONS ASKED.

As it stands it contravenes S.23 of the Theft Act 1968 and this also has ramifications for the DCS in hosting the ad.

No problems with the post in general. The more people aware the better your chances. Good luck in tracing the bike.
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