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How come this thread hasn't got a OSSA pic thread yet!?

 

 

Here's my TR280i, 2013 model:

 

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(Pic with a 5x7" view camera made somwhere in 1920/30s, lol)

 

 

 

Come on, show us yours! From the classic OSSAs to the new radical modern trials cousins - we'd love to see 'em all...

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Here's my Ossa 

Its the  VI       first serial model . 35mm exactly

It was made in 1943 .300 were produced.

It spent its life in the LOS MAÑOS village cinema in the area of BUJARALOZ  in Zaragoza.

It was the only projector for many km and announced the end of the 2nd World war.

It was removed in 1996 :)

 

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Wowza, I knew OSSA was in cine industry before and know some guys are still really fanatical about the proper full 35mm cine projection, some even have rebuilt their homes for this - the best analog movie presentation I guess (unless you can afford to run the 60mm IMAX lol) 

 

Any OSSA bikes?  :popcorn:

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Wowza, I knew OSSA was in cine industry before and know some guys are still really fanatical about the proper full 35mm cine projection, some even have rebuilt their homes for this - the best analog movie presentation I guess (unless you can afford to run the 60mm IMAX lol) 

 

Any OSSA bikes?  :popcorn:

 

They made sewing machines as well with beautiful cast  Ossa ironwork stands underneath. They do make nice tables with a little work . Ive got a couple lying around - more projects !.

 

Ossa in the 40's also made  wooden cinema seats which are nicely embossed on the back area .They had no seat pads. The screenings were only 20 mins and so comfort wasnt needed. Ive a wide 3 bum version in the original green paint with air rest between each person. They are very sweet.

 

Ive no ossa bikes as i recall. Nice bikes though

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1973 Ossa Six Day Replica Enduro, sorry, not trials, I have a 1972 MAR also but its apart at the moment. Only made one year fashioned after the ISDE Bike. Rare in this condition. cheers

 

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Ours are no garage queens....

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I have a Plonker and a SDR,but the SDR  does not compare to yours Borus.That is a beauty and like you said,very hard to find in that nice of condition.

 

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 My 1974 Ossa Explorer. Yes. Taken Nov. `74. Candy Apple Red by me. And it came this way! Kind of strange, looks like an MAR. It was an explorer frame and Explorer on the title.

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My twin Ossa!

 

 

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Super nice. Those are quite rare I guess. Wonder what kind of power did they make for their time, have you ever dynoed it?

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Had a quick dash outside today, nobody to take a pic since I mostly ride alone (no one else has trials on my area), but did some pics to show nice ice and rocky track conditions and sharper hill crossings to tacke for today:

 

 

 

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BTW, despite coming from a hot country OSSA just loves ice!  :thumbup:

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