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    Default 1904 marsh

    Here are some pictures of my MARSH , I have two of them now and four motors. Well two of the motors are Marsh Metz's. I have and original gas tank and forks, front frame section. The one bike is in New Zeland the other one is in the Barber Museum.Take a look and my be you have some parts for this bike.



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    Looking at the one seat there, this may be period correct for your Marsh.
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=260908871075
    Bill Gilbert in Oregon

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    This is a Marsh? Looks like a 1923 Harley.
    Bill Gilbert in Oregon

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    wow nice gas tank. needs a paint job though!

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    Did you see reprint of 1986 Marsh article in AMCA Winter issue?
    Bill Gilbert in Oregon

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    HI Bill, I did. I have the original and many reprints of sales catalogs. I also have an original operators manual.
    That frame is a 1915 HD that i am working on. How you doing with the 1923 frame?
    Yes, Lonnie that tank is the coolest tank it the world. Never in my wildest dream I would own and ORIGINAL Paint MARSH tank. 108 years old, wish it could talk. I found the original front fork and front frame from Dave M. so now I am going to build a original paint MARSH.
    Still need a carb.

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    Have any Marsh Metz twin stuff?

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    NO twin parts, but I have two singles for sale.

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    Off hand, I can't think of very many motorcycles from 1903 that are in origianl paint. Incredible piece Terry, and great to have your name on the tank.
    Eric Smith
    AMCA #886

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    Not getting much work done on the MARSH. Still looking for a carb. and trying to get the motors rebuild. Anyone have any parts for these bikes?

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