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RocketIII - 008The Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.Dec 05, 2014
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RocketIII - 016The Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.Dec 05, 2014
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RocketIII - 015The Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.Dec 05, 2014
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RocketIII - 014The Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.Dec 05, 2014
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RocketIII - 012The Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.Dec 05, 2014
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RocketIII - 010The Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.Dec 05, 2014
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RocketIII - 011The Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.Dec 05, 2014
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RocketIII - 013The Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.Dec 05, 2014
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RocketIII - 007The Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.Dec 05, 2014
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RocketIII - 009The Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.Dec 05, 2014
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RocketIII - 004The Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.Dec 05, 2014
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RocketIII - 003The Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.Dec 05, 2014
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RocketIII - 002The Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.Dec 05, 2014
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RocketIII - 005The Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.Dec 05, 2014
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RocketIII - 006The Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.Dec 05, 2014
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RocketIII - 001The Rickman brothers started out making chassis kits for scramblers in 1960 followed by kits for road racers before producing them for road bikes in 1966. Many different motors were catered for, including around 1974, the BSA Rocket III. The kit used Betor front forks and Girling rear shocks. This example is in original, unrestored condition. Photographed in Nabiac, NSW. 2014. National Motorcycle Museum collection.Dec 05, 2014
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