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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by crazydrummerdude, Jul 27, 2007.
Looks great from that angle. Would love to see more of that one.
Damn, we need more photos of this bike.
Worth a look...
A Virago of a different sort.
Here is link to Finish cafe racer forum
Thanks for the link, what a labor of love, great attention to detail. My hat's off to the builder.
im not sure if you should do this to CX500
A real racer..
Spirit of the 70's is doing a vintage take on a modern Triumph 675. No full shots yet, just a couple teasers:
THAT IS COOL
I especially like the Do...Tou(ch) sign with the nipple on it!
If someone built Olds Cool fairings looking like that one on the 675 trumpet - say for late model jap sportbikes - at a reasonable price I bet they would thrive. All those bashed up stunter R1's out there just waiting to be reclothed into old school cafe racers.
I always thought that with the right bodywork, tank/seat/tail, a set of clip-on's, and a big single headlight you could do a reasonable cool cafe out of a first gen FZ1.
My '75 Honda 400F was a great little cafe racer.
Brought it home in the crate. Sadly, I sold as I did not know what i had at the time. The foolishness of youth...
I had the same 400 in the same color back in 77. I wish I had a fairing like that on mine! Wouldn't have froze my azz off in the winter. Those bikes had really nice engines when they were fresh. Sounded a little "Chain'y" after 10K or so.
The whole picture is kinda kewl!
Totally restored for my wife .It is a kick!. She takes it out all most once a week....
That is a piece of art, worthy of a museum.
If the Museum includes Rolling Concours or the road, yes...