Thursday, 29 November 2018

Mike Corbin – 50 Years in the Saddle

Mike Corbin – 50 Years in the Saddle

Congratulations to Mike Corbin celebrating 50 years in the motorcycle saddle 
making business this year, and still turning out 20,000 seats a year 
from his 82,000 sq ft factory at Hollister (no less!), California.

Congratulations to Mike! (left) from me (right)

Corbin was born in 1943 in Gardner, Mass. As a young man, he was interested in all things mechanical. He worked with his uncle repairing bowling alley pinsetters and pinball machines and won first place in his high school science fair with a servo-motor and memory circuit–driven robot.

Mike Corbin, seen here on the left, with receiving his “Class Ring” from the AMA’s Steve Gotoski. Mike was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2000

After high school, Corbin joined the Navy and worked diligently while training as a ship’s electrician. During his training he arranged to buy a 1959 Triumph Bonneville, which was waiting for him when he returned home on leave. Upon completing electrician school, he was assigned to the San Francisco-based aircraft carrier USS Ranger. He rode the Triumph across the country and reported for duty. 
Corbin’s knowledge of electricity grew as he worked aboard the Ranger, which traveled throughout the Pacific. After completing his Navy tour in 1964, he returned home to Gardner and found electrical work in a nearby paper mill, and then at Pratt & Whitney in Connecticut. 
Pratt & Whitney built jet engines for the Vietnam War effort, and the demand for good electricians to service the factory allowed Corbin to start his own electrical subcontracting company, Camtron, Ltd. The company serviced heavy equipment for a variety of New England defense contractors. But as public opinion started to turn against the war in the late 1960s, Corbin realized that his electrical business would dry up when the war ended.  

About this time, Corbin began customizing a 1964 Norton Atlas. He had seen custom choppers in California during his tour with the Navy and wanted one of his own. He removed and remade various parts of the bike. Unhappy with the comfort and look of the seat, he reshaped and recovered it with the help of a neighbor who had an industrial sewing machine. While attending a rally, another Norton rider offered Corbin $40 for his custom seat. He sold it, then went home and began work on another.
Soon friends were asking Corbin to build seats for them. A Harley-Davidson dealer in nearby Hartford, Conn., saw one of the seats and contacted Corbin. The dealer ordered five at $25 each and sold them all in one weekend. He then ordered 10 more. 
At that time, Corbin was trying to balance his electrical service business with making seats as a sideline hobby. In 1968, he decided to focus solely on making seats. He rented a small shop in East Hartford, Conn., and asked some of his electrical subcontracting employees to join him in the new business, which he named Corbin Manufacturing.
“Corbin [Manufacturing] turned into a full-time business in 1968, the year of the Honda 750 K and the year before the Easy Rider movie came out,” Corbin said. “Probably the best possible time ever to enter our beloved motorcycle industry. I wasn`t market-smart enough to have planned this timely entry, but I worked hard to hold on to the tiger`s tail.”

 ‘focus solely on making seats in 1968’

In 1970, Corbin learned that branding was an important part of his new business. He renamed the company Corbin Gentry, after Southern singer Bobbie Gentry, to give the company name a more rebellious ring and national appeal. By 1971 the company was selling a large line of seats and accessories, including handlebars and frames for virtually every American, Japanese and British motorcycle.
The company continued to grow and moved into a 1,200 square-foot building in Ellington, Conn. By 1974 the company had outgrown that facility and moved into a 225,000 square-foot former woollen mill in Somersville, Conn. It was now selling a wide range of parts, including fuel tanks and fiberglass fender kits. Corbin sold directly to dealers and consumers through catalogs and warehouse locations in Dallas and San Francisco. 
The energy crisis of 1974 led Corbin to return to his electrician roots. He began to experiment with electric motorcycles and built a bike that set a land speed record of 165.387 mph on the Bonneville Salt Flats. In 1975, he built a Yardney battery-powered street prototype that climbed New Hampshire’s Mt. Washington, and then developed the “City Bike,” an electric bike available to consumers. He also developed electric conversion kits for the VW Beetle. 

Fire & Ice dual Touring saddle

In the late 1970s, Corbin Gentry was split into East and West Coast divisions, and the eastern operations were sold. Mike retained ownership of the West Coast operations, which were renamed Corbin Pacific. He turned his attention to the physical fitness market and began working with Don Schoeck to design bodybuilding machines. Soon after, they patented and produced several lifting and rowing machines. 
The early 1980s saw Corbin continue to develop quality bodybuilding equipment, endorsed by professionals such as Arnold Schwarzenegger. At the same time, motorcycle seat sales soared with the creation of the “Gunfighter” model, an innovative rumble seat. The company expanded again in 1989, setting up a new factory in Castroville, Calif. 

During the 1990s, Corbin Pacific experienced even more growth. Distribution expanded to Europe, and a showroom was opened in Daytona Beach, Fla.; saddlebags and boots were added to the product line-up. The company moved into an 80,000 plus square-foot facility in Hollister, Calif., and Corbin Pacific became a major sponsor and organizer of the 50th Anniversary Hollister Motorcycle Rally.

Mike at the 50th  Hollister Rally

In 1996, Mike and his son, Tom, began to develop the Sparrow—a single-seat, enclosed electric vehicle that would be registered as a motorcycle. The new company, Corbin Motors, also developed a V-twin powered three-wheel vehicle named the Merlin. Unfortunately, due to large development costs and the downturn of the U.S. economy, Corbin Motors was forced to file bankruptcy in 2003.

Me and Mike Corbin, Sparrow in the back ground

“Electric vehicles have always been central in my career,” Corbin said. “Sparrow was my best product ever, but with the poorest business plan.” 
Corbin then enrolled in the Owners and Managers course at Harvard. “Business is a word using many esses, because business keeps twisting and turning. I had a very difficult time becoming a ‘business’ guy, which I needed to do in order to be sustainable,” he said. 
Corbin and his companies have been awarded over 70 mechanical patents, trademarks and copyrights. “I guess the focus has been the sheer joy of serving motorcycle riders through product invention and development,” he said. Corbin was inducted into the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame in 2000; fast forward to 2018 and those fifty years have flown by.
Nowadays his company has seat designs either in inventory or patterns stored for some 1,200 motorcycles. 

Kuryakyn and John Shope introduce second Signature Series collection.


Kuryakyn and John Shope introduce second Signature Series collection. 

Kuryakyn® and John Shope of Dirty Bird Concepts® are once again teaming up to deliver an all-new Signature Series line of accessories designed for Indian® Motorcycle. Produced exclusively by Kuryakyn, the Vantage Signature Series by John Shope showcases the distinct vision and style that made Dirty Bird Concepts a household name among the world’s top custom bike builders.

Following the development of the Sprint Signature Series for midsize Scouts, Kuryakyn designers and Shope shifted focus toward Indian’s heavyweight platforms. The new Vantage Signature Series reflects Shope’s trademark precision-sculpted lines and smooth, flowing contours. All components come ready to bolt on and ride out of the box, with durable cast aluminum or high-impact injection-molded ABS construction. Finish options include chrome or black, and with proper prep, custom finishes or paint can be easily applied to all black versions for a unique and personalized look.

Signature Series Vantage Air Cleaner & Horn Cover

The Vantage Air Cleaner is built to perform with its high-flow design and included Kuryakyn-designed K&N® filter element that’s washable and reusable. The modular aluminum cover incorporates a satin black base and contrasting chrome or gloss black outer trim. Openings around the perimeter of the cover provide additional airflow while black stainless steel screen inserts block debris and add aggressive styling.
Fitment: ’14-’19 Indian models (except Scout)
• P/N 9270 – Chrome, P/N 9271 – Gloss Black
  MSRP: $349.99

Following similar styling cues as the air cleaner, the Vantage Horn Cover’s smooth, sculpted two-piece design provides contrast and dimensional depth. Available as a direct replacement on all ’14-’17 Chief, Chieftain, Roadmaster and Springfield models; ’18-later models require

Wednesday, 28 November 2018

Bill's 1941 Harley-Davidson Flat Tracker

Biltwell - Bill's 1941 Harley-Davidson Flat Tracker

A few months ago, we featured an 883 Sportster that Biltwell co-founder Bill Bryant had spec’d for the notoriously harsh NORRA Mexican 1000 all-terrain race in Ensenada, Mexico.
While the ‘Frijole 883” took shape, an unfinished project languished in Bill’s garage – a self-confessed “not great” flat track racer. Bill had decided to try racing a re-built 45” Harley having gotten nowhere on his venerable TT500: “I wanted to give the whole tank shift thing a shot. I built a 45” Harley for the street years ago, but was never that into it. 
I loved working on it because of the simplicity and the aesthetic, 
but riding it in modern traffic just wasn’t much fun.

“However, for racing other nerds around in a small circle, an old flathead is a great choice. I picked up this WLA engine as a mostly complete basket case with an original frame that was slightly raked. I took the engine to Rico Fodrey (Hi-Bond Modified, in Pomona, California) for a full rebuild, and we went out to 45’s Unlimited in Anza, California, for a transmission and a bunch of other small parts. 

“The frame went to the wizard who is Mike Palazzo at 47 Industries in New Jersey and he de-raked the neck back to stock geometry, added the rear WR-style braces, bored holes in the frame castings and straightened everything out.
“The wheels, WR gas and oil tanks and rear fender were all sourced from W&W in Germany. The foot controls are sourced from Jeff Leighton out of SLC, Utah - less vulnerable than stock controls. The bars were custom bent to my specs by Jason Ball over at S&M in Santa Ana, California.

“With the ‘Frijole’ project consuming most of my “extra” time over the winter, the beautifully rebuilt flatty engine and frame sat lonely in the shop just mocking me and my poor time management skills. Once I realized I just wasn’t going to get it done, I dropped it all back off at Rico’s shop and asked him if he could get it wrapped up by Born Free. He did, and the bike ran great at the Stampede race the Thursday before the show. 

“Pete at Hot Dog Kustoms sprayed the 1966 VW Sea Blue and bright white single stage paint, just in time for the race. It definitely looks even better than I imagined, but I’ll probably cry when I lay it down for the first time! As for my performance at the Stampede? I sucked, but I didn’t crash and didn’t finish last – I’ll take that all day long!”

Paughco Driveline Upgrade for ‘80-‘01 FXR and Tourers

Paughco Driveline Upgrade for ‘80-‘01 FXR and Tourers

Paughco has designed a unique 5-speed swingarm upgrade kit 
for use on popular FXR and touring models. 

The legendary Carson City, Nevada based manufacturer kit says it “significantly enhances both the feel and function of the driveline by replacing old style OEM parts with high tech spherical bearings and CNC precision machined spacers and collars.” The conversion fits all FXR and Touring models from 1980 through 2001.

Paughco, USA, 

Curtis Zeus Bobber and Cafe

Meet the Curtis Zeus Bobber and Cafe

Curtis Zeus Bobber


POWER 140KW/190 HP


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The Iron and Lace Deluxe Wall Calendar brings you custom Motorcycles and sexy centerfold models for more than every month of the year. The awesome photos are the main focus in this calendar with a handy monthly grid along the bottom. Each photograph taken by Jim Gianatsis is accompanied by information about the model and the bike. 

Features the winning bikes of the LA Calendar Motorcycle Show. Made with high quality, 15"x15" (38x38cm) dull-coated art board with wire-o binding, this calendar is sure to last for far longer than a year--images can be archived and kept long-term. Calendar reveals 16 months, beginning with September 2018 and ending with December 2019. 

Now available at your Zodiac dealer, starting at:

Belgium, Euro incl. BTW/TVA                  28,00

Change gear with Full Tank

Change gear with Full Tank

A new and innovative social enterprise aims to put an altruistic twist on motorcycle apparel, and maybe even corner the market

 The world's first dedicated not-for-profit apparel brand for motorcyclists, Full Tank Moto is a registered Australian charity chartered with raising awareness of and funds to support men’s health around the world. 

Motorcyclists are a philanthropic bunch, donating tens of millions of dollars annually to worthy causes, Full Tank founder Scott Wilson says. “Why then when it comes to apparel, do we only have choice from ‘for-profit’ manufacturers?” he asks.
“Full Tank looks to challenge that landscape and become a global brand motorcyclists feel not only delivers a great product, but gives back to their health and that of fellow riders at the same time. It’s a way to roll with purpose, every day.”

To this end, 100% of the profits raised by Full Tank will go to the Movember Foundation, which funds ground-breaking research into prostate cancer, testicular cancer and suicide prevention.

This is something that Wilson is particularly passionate about, as many in this field of social enterprise only pass on a small percentage of their profits. “To make real change and be authentic in life to yourself and others, it is important that you are all in, or not at all.” he explains.

The seeds of Full Tank were sown a few years ago when Wilson learned that a friend’s child had taken their own life. “A teenager with seemingly everything ahead was, without anyone’s knowledge, suffering from depression,” Wilson says.
“In that same week I heard an old school friend had also committed suicide, and another friend just sold his motorcycle simply to keep the family fed. When experiencing dark times, it’s easy to think you’re alone or even broken. I know because I have been there. But with these events, something told me to do more with what I know. What I have. The wheels in my head started to turn.”

It was a chance encounter with one of the world’s great motorcycling champions that crystallised Wilson’s thoughts and led to the creation of Full Tank.
“Not long after I had moved to New Zealand from my native Australia in 2016, I had a chance encounter with one of New Zealand’s motorcycle greats, Hugh Anderson MBE,” Wilson explains. “A spark ignited when talking of various friends’ plights with mental health, and indeed our own. We shared a common feeling that for men in today’s world, every day is a winding road and that more can always be done.”

Anderson is a four-time Grand Prix motorcycle road racing world champion, two-time Isle of Man TT winner and 19-time New Zealand national champion. But, of course, even such incredible success does not make one immune to men’s health issues. Anderson lost his older brother to prostate cancer and himself was diagnosed as a “text-book case of a manic depressive”, so the aims of Full Tank ring particularly true to him.
“Initiatives such as Full Tank do a great deal to lift the standing of motorcycling in the community,” Anderson says. “The sense of unity provided by the ideal of giving to a well promoted – in this case neglected – health issue, unites us all, and that freedom we enjoy is exemplified in our freedom to give.”

Anderson became the first Full Tank ambassador, a club that now includes the British Super Bike champion Josh Brookes; Australian rugby league international, thyroid cancer survivor and motorcycle enthusiast, Luke Lewis; actor, testicular cancer survivor and much admired motorcycle adventurer Charley Boorman; Australian stunt riding champion, Lukey Luke; and the founder of the worldwide charitable initiatives, The Distinguished Gentleman’s Ride and Ride Sunday, Mark Hawwa.

Wilson says the fact that so many people are keen to throw their support behind Full Tank reflects the wide-ranging appeal of the initiative. “It’s about them, and it’s non-sectarian,” he says. “By that I mean, it doesn’t matter what you ride or how long you have been in the saddle, a Full Tank is for all. The brand is here to celebrate the fact that the riding community cares and wants to make a difference.”

You’re a fortunate guy if you roll through life without any hint of trouble on the bike, and the same is true for your health, Wilson adds. “At some point, chances are you, a friend or family member is going to have a challenge with men’s health,” he says. “Full Tank is just another way riders can act, and receive a great product at the same time.”

Full Tank will kick start with a range of t-shirts featuring illustrations that Wilson says look to express the fun, romance and attitude that only motorcycling can deliver. “We wanted to start with an apparel line that allowed us to best express our illustration style, and that was tees,” he says. “Over time that will extend to other lines and, we hope, also act as a brand for current riding apparel manufacturers as well, offering an industry recognised not-for-profit platform to create new product lines that enhance their own philanthropic reputations.”

Wilson emphasises that Full Tank is for motorcycle enthusiasts from all walks of life helping one another to enjoy good physical and mental health. “Everybody deserves a full tank, and I am thankful to the many who have volunteered their time to make that choice a possibility for our riding community around the world,” he says.

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Tuesday, 27 November 2018

H-D Amsterdam terug van weggeweest

H-D Amsterdam terug van weggeweest
Rotterdamse H-D-dealer heropent begin 2019 Amsterdamse dealership

Rijswijk, 27 november 2018 – Goed nieuws voor Harley-Davidson fans in en rond onze hoofdstad: in het eerste kwartaal van 2019 krijgt Amsterdam weer zijn eigen Authorized Harley-Davidson dealership. De eigenaar van Harley-Davidson Rotterdam, Ron de Graaf, gaat samen met zakenpartner Peter Merceij (oprichter van Kamera Express) en Roel Gyparis (eigenaar van onder andere Gyparis Accountants) het Amsterdamse avontuur aan. Het nieuw te openen dealership zal gevestigd zijn op het Westpoort terrein in Amsterdam op Jarmuiden 43. Kenners herkennen dit als het adres van de vorige H-D dealer voor de regio Amsterdam. Het gebouw wordt volledig verbouwd en aangepast volgens de laatste richtlijnen van de Harley-Davidson Motor Company. Het wordt uiteraard geen kopie van de vestiging Harley-Davidson Rotterdam; Harley-Davidson Amsterdam krijgt zijn eigen sfeer en uitstraling.

Volgende stap
Drijvende kracht achter de totstandkoming van de Amsterdamse H-D dealer is Ron de Graaf. Zes jaar geleden opende hij Harley-Davidson Rotterdam en in korte tijd maakte hij van dat dealership een groot succes. Hij vertelt: “Inmiddels staat er in Rotterdam een strakke organisatie en een heel goed team, dus ik vond het tijd worden voor een volgende stap. Ik had al langer aan Amsterdam zitten denken, omdat het potentieel van die vestiging enorm is. Uiteindelijk hebben Peter en ik de knoop doorgehakt en hebben we er werk van gemaakt.” Peter is Peter Merceij, de man die cameraspecialist Kamera Express groot maakte. Waar De Graaf diepgaande kennis van het H-D-merk meebrengt en goed weet hoe je een H-D-dealership runt, is Merceij de uitgesproken expert op retail, marketing en online gebied. Vanuit die achtergrond heeft hij bovendien de nodige retailervaring in en rond Amsterdam. Ze vullen elkaar dus perfect aan. Ron de Graaf licht toe: “Kijkend naar de Amsterdamse markt zijn verschillende ontwikkelingen gaande waar wij beide veel vertrouwen in hebben. Zo zien we de opkomst van elektrisch motorrijden als een grote kans. Bovendien geloven we beide dat je als Amsterdamse H-D dealer een graantje mee moet kunnen pikken van enorme toeristenstroom in de hoofdstad. En last but not least is er in en rond Amsterdam ook nog een enorme groep rijders die juist de traditionele heritage van Harley-Davidson weet te waarderen en die groep gaan wij ook proactief bedienen.” Inmiddels zijn de voorbereidingen voor de opening in volle gang. De Graaf en Merceij zijn bezig een team samen te stellen en binnenkort begint de verbouwing van het pand. Uiteraard zal de opening op feestelijke wijze gevierd worden, meer info hierover volgt later.

H-D’s Country Manager Benelux, Martin Mulder, is enthousiast en ook een beetje opgelucht: “Het was natuurlijk eigenlijk te gek voor woorden dat een stad als Amsterdam zo lang geen eigen H-D dealership had, dus het is geweldig dat Ron en Peter nu deze stap zetten. Net als zij geloven wij dat de hoofdstad een enorm potentieel heeft en Ron en Peter zijn het perfecte team om dat potentieel ten volle te benutten. Wij zijn dus hartstikke blij met deze hernieuwde opening van Harley-Davidson Amsterdam en wij wensen Ron, Peter en hun team alle succes met deze spannende stap.” 

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Complete OEM style distributors, fully assembled with natural alloy finish base 
with shaft and gear installed. Includes mount kit and gasket. 

Now available at your Zodiac dealer, starting at:

Belgium, Euro incl. BTW/TVA                  311,00
Deutschland, Euro inkl. MwSt.                306,00
España, Euro incl. IVA                              311,00
Finland, Euro incl. ALV                             324,00
France, Euro TTC                                       308,00
Hungary, Euro incl. AFA                           327,00
Italia, Euro incl. IVA                                   314,00
Nederland, Euro incl. BTW                       311,00
Norway, Euro incl. MVA                            319,00
Österreich, Euro incl. MwSt                      309,00
Poland, Euro incl. PTA                              317,00
Sweden, EURO incl. MOMS                    322,00
United Kingdom, EURO incl. VAT          309,00

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Part Number Information

781181          Fits 1936-1940 E & EL, 1941-1947 F & FL
781182          Fits 1947-1952 E & EL and 1947-1964 F & FL



Twice the power plus device-charging capabilities lead a long list of updates 
for the Road Thunder Sound Bar. 

At first glance, the all-new Kuryakyn® Road Thunder® Sound Bar Plus by MTX® doesn’t reveal too much in terms of updated features and benefits compared to its predecessor. But appearances are often misleading. 

Now packed with 300 watts of peak power, the new Road Thunder Sound Bar Plus by MTX takes portable mobile audio to the next level. Leading the list of updated features in addition to the increased power output is a newly integrated 1.0 amp USB port that offers convenient on-the-go device charging. Hidden inside the durable weather-resistant IP66-rated housing is an entirely new-and-improved anatomy including an internal 4-channel amplifier, two 2” x 3” full-range speakers with dual voice coil, and four high-frequency 1” silk dome tweeters with N42-grade magnets for higher power handling and distortion-free sound at any volume level. Additionally, a built-in heat sink and self-protection circuit helps combat excessive heat and voltage regulation. 

The internal 3.0 Bluetooth receiver allows automatic pairing with any Bluetooth-enabled smartphone or device for convenient wireless playback. An auxiliary 3.5mm input port connects devices via cable, while a 3.5mm output port can be used to connect external amps as well as additional Road Thunder Sound Bars or 3” Speaker Pods. Patent-pending universal articulating mounting clamps offer versatile installation on almost any bars ranging from 7/8” to 1-1/4” in diameter. Includes power, ground, ignition and quick-connect harness to easily install or remove for storage when on the road.

P/N 2719 – Satin Silver, 2720 – Satin Black
MSRP: $449.99

• Peak power: 300 Watts
• Sound Bar Dims: 10.6" long x 2.9" diameter (bracket measures 6" long x 3" in diameter)
• Two (2) 2" x 3" full range speakers with dual voice coil
• Four (4) 1" silk dome tweeters with N42 grade magnets
• Internal Amplifier: 4 x 19WRMS, Max 4 x 23W
• Integrated 3.0 Bluetooth receiver with automatic pairing via NFC
• Integrated water-resistant 1.0 amp USB charging port
• All-weather construction for use on any vehicle, weather-resistant 
in accordance with IP66 rating

For more information on the entire Kuryakyn Road Thunder

 by MTX lineup, visit 

Monday, 26 November 2018

Motor Saloon - Het is de tijd van de cadeautjes!

Het is de tijd van de cadeautjes!
Bij Motor Saloon

Voor elk budget, voor klein en groot, in de uitgebreide shop van Motor Saloon vind je de leukste en mooiste, maar ook handigste cadeautjes! Voor jezelf of om weg te geven. Altijd handig, benzinetoevoeging, een goede motorhoes, een blik olie of een stevige helmhouder voor aan de muur. Onmisbaar, een goede druppellader die jouw Harley de winter door helpt. 

Prachtige kerstkaarten, de nieuwste hippe sokken en zelfs kerstverlichting met jouw favoriete H-D logo, maar ook de nieuwste kledinglijn en alle accessoires van Harley-Davidson zijn verkrijgbaar bij Motor Saloon!

Verkrijgbaar bij Motor Saloon in Amersfoort 
Tel. 033-4617398 

Wednesday, 21 November 2018


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Provide your passenger with the same freedom of movement and comfort you enjoy with your highway pegs. Your riding partner will love the alternative foot positions that help to make the ride much more comfortable and enjoyable. These mounts work perfectly with stock H-D passenger boards or foot pegs and are fully adjustable to suit any passenger's height. Supplied as a pair of mounts for left and right, foot pegs are not included. Fits 1993 to present Touring and Trike models. 

Now available at your Zodiac dealer, starting at:
Belgium, Euro incl. BTW/TVA                  157,00
Deutschland, Euro inkl. MwSt.                155,00
España, Euro incl. IVA                              157,00
Finland, Euro incl. ALV                             164,00
France, Euro TTC                                       155,00
Hungary, Euro incl. AFA                           165,00
Italia, Euro incl. IVA                                               159,00
Nederland, Euro incl. BTW                       157,00
Norway, Euro incl. MVA                            161,00
Österreich, Euro incl. MwSt                      156,00
Poland, Euro incl. PTA                              160,00
Sweden, EURO incl. MOMS                    162,00
United Kingdom, EURO incl. VAT          156,00

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