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Thanks to Steve Pierce for this picture of his father John (Jack) Pierce, who is now  95 and still going stong (on the right) riding a BSA M20 500 fitted with teledraulic forks from a Matchless 350. It was taken in 1942 while serving with 660 company Royal Engineers. He built the bike from salvaged parts after the M20s front end was damaged in transit, with help from a New Zealand engineering company who were able to harden the head bearing cups in the field and supply the ball bearings. 

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