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Discussion in 'Shiny Things' started by Waco, Nov 14, 2009.
Hello out there,
I'm sure, that the best looking off-roader hasn't been shown yet:
Norton's P 11!
Unfortunately I don't own one of them and I also don't have a picture in the interweb at hand. So if anybody please could help me out: Show us a nice example (I prefer the elder, high-piped ones) with everything right in place and not a cobbled-together mess.
Thanks and kind regards, Bambi
You're right Bambi. It sure doesn't suck..
Chris B, nice collection, great bikes.
My fav: 1972 Husky 250 Heikki Mikkola replica
Thanks Jake. Yeah, I went thru a phase of restoring vintage iron. Was fun but they don't ride that great and I just wanted to ride.
Made a lot of $$ too.
I see you got a Husky, smart move. I'm seriously thinking about selling my 250 and getting a plated bike. The trail situation here is worse than horrible. A serious rider really needs a license plate.
Nice to hear from you.
This is the way they shoud be made.
My vote is for the KX 500
Here are two from my present collection. I ride them in AHRMA.
1974 Bultaco Pursang 360
and 1978 Bultaco Frontera 370
It has high pipes so....
Thanks a lot, FloridaSteve,
you fulfilled my wish exactly. Isn't it a really nice bike?
Thank you, kind regards, Bambi
Stunner.. but more of a "scrambler" I think.
A lot of that going around...
Some of my bikes
I'll pass it on to its owner. In its element in West Texas.