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    abelcermak
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    Hello everyone thank you for allowing me in and apologies if this post is not correct

    My dad was a 1960’s Ducati owner and my mom a pillion and a life long fan of the Italian Dream as he called it

    When he was 70 he even had a ride out with a group of 20 Ducatis from this forum ( he was pillion).He never lost his love of Ducati . Even his watch was Ducati!

    Sadly my dad passed last week aged 82 and without anyone knowing I am testing the water to see if anyone knows if I could get a couple of people to just be outside our house giving the bikes a rev when his hearse leaves on his final journey ( I want it to be a complete surprise and it’s the very last thing I can do for him )
    It will be Thursday 14th April approx 12.30
    We are in Smethwick just north of Birmingham ,
    I know this is a big ask due to fuel prices at the moment but as I say I’m just seeing if feasible
    I’m also willing to donate towards fuel
    Thank you
    Brad


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    Alyccia
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    Re: Dads Funeral

    Very sorry to hear of your dads passing. But very happy to hear he was an enthusiast with a zest for life. I am sure you will have loads of replies in no time.



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    Ushigoroshi
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    Re: Dads Funeral

    I'm really sorry to hear about your dad's passing. Planning a funeral can be overwhelming. If you're exploring options or looking for guidance during this tough time, websites like https://greenfarewells.com/ offer insights into thoughtful and eco-friendly ways to commemorate a loved one's life. Take care of yourself and your family during this difficult period.






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