I've seen one sitting in front of a shop, no papers I guess, here in Hua Hin. Let me know if you're interested, I can ask some questions, take some photos, don't know if it's worth the trip down here. It's behind the Enfield.

Klaus, may I ask you a favour, friend of mine is urgently looking for a second hand Enfield from India, any type, he leaves THA end of February and wants to get one ASAP, would you be so nice if that one is still on sale and if where, when and how much. Appreciate very much your help and answer !!!!!! Cheers & thanks, Franz

Can do - but I don't have high hopes for a good deal. Wrote a PM to Khundan already, the TW200s (two of them, '98 and '00) are not in good shape, have invoice but are 48K / 60K THB! I'd pay that WITH tabien, but not without. It's a new shop and the guys must have bought the bikes cheap in BKK and think they can make the big money here. I was interested in the Enfield, it's a '78 model from India, doesn't even start. But I can ask and take more pics. There's also a TTR250 for 60K that may be worth it.

Hi Klaus, many thanks, gave the webaddress to my friend already so he can contact you directly, many thanks for offering your help !!!! Cheers, Franz (by the way soon I'm selling off my restored SRX4)

Franz you've spent a long time and a fair few hours on the SRX restoring it.... and now your'e selling it? :?

Hi Richard, yesssss that's now my new-old hobby; still have one SRX6, one NT400Bros and one AX1 to restore, but once moving permanently to CNX I must take all of them up there and by the way the new ER6N is already on the market..............need to buy a new house too, so every THB is now needed..............., once you have some time, just drop by at my house for some good F & B at Bowin............Cheers, Franz

No contact yet, but I asked for the price, it's 100.000 THB. There's also a decent looking TTR250, no papers, for 60K THB. Location Hua Hin.

Klaus, many many thanks, asked Markus my friend to contact you via this site, hopefully he does..................cheers, Franz