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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by crazydrummerdude, Jul 27, 2007.
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Now that's a nice bike !!
I am doing a Triton with a 64 featherbed frame and 750 Triunph 5 speed though. About as true to cafe as you can get. Does that count?
Sell me this bike and I'll join the masons
I love cafe racers
Especially the SR500
and its smaller off shoot
and my "mule" R65LS
oh wait, I guess this may qualify:
My 1978 SR 500:
Carpy is selling his own signature 750 showbike on fleabay:
it's at $9,800 w/ 3 days left and a $15,000 buy it now.
someone here needs to buy this...
Where are you in Florida?
Treasure Island/ St.Pete Beach
Nice oil catch pan on the red Duc, sponsored by Tupperware I guess?
My old silver, 1983-85... R80RT come R100/S.
I built this back in college while I worked as a BMW mechanic, a couple of wrecks melded into one damn fine machine. It lived a little longer than 100,000 miles then I stupidly ended it's life down-side up 50 feet down a hillside hanging from the second strand of a barbed wire fence. I walked away with narry a scratch. This picture is from better times at Streets of Willow, chasing down people with more horsepower, more tires and more brakes.
Have you ever been to Biff Burgers in Saint Pete?
Not nearly as polished as some of these rides... But it got ridden HARD and always asked for more
My old R65/S Got bored of it in three months, and sold it,
then bought this RS. Damn, that was a nice bike.
I had the displeasure of working on it after it was destroyed, through dirt and stupidity, third owner after I sold it.
In it's day, it was a fine example,
Every now and again, I think about maybe a Thruxton. Might be a good addition once I have room.
I've had 4 RD350's, and an RD400F, too much fun, but i wound up selling all five to a japanese guy that sent them to japan after paying me almost 4 times what i had into them.:eek1