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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by kittycactus, Jan 21, 2008.
I don't know, what is it
4 cylinder Kawasaki made from 2 KH750s. I saw it parked in front of the Chandler Museum a few years ago at a pre-Love Ride event.
The following are from a 1973 ISDT event, location I'm not sure of.
Where are you finding these pics, Chop?
It's a secret!
The '73 ISDT was in Dalton, Mass.
Thanks ADK! I found this bike today while trying to verify you were right, and you were, and found this bike. A Mazzilli, which I don't think is mentioned here.
Actually quite a few bikes I've never heard of here: http://www.isdt.eu/1373.html?*session*id*key*=*session*id*val*
I am looking for 580 parts for a 3 speed.
Have a partial engine but likely to start anew engine wise.
This looks like a Jawa CZ ISDT bottom end (forward kickstart etc) with a different head, frame and plastics etc. The enclosed chain looks identical.
I almost broke my knee when my dad's 360 kicked back. I had a hole where the bolt from the kill switch made a hole in my 10 year old right knee (dad had it on the right). I still have te scars. Actually look closely at the tank. It says Jawa underneath Mazzili
Actually quite a few bikes I've never heard of here: http://www.isdt.eu/1373.html?*session*id*key*=*session*id*val*[/quote]
There's a lot of bikes in Europe that we never hear about here.My Dad brought home a magazine/catalogue from Holland that had pics/specs of quite a few bikes i'd never heard of.
Your right, I'm into Rotax powered bikes, there are so many that were never imported. Portal's come to mind. It can't be a bad bike if its rotax powered!
that is Newburghs Pat Moroney on his Moto Fox CR 250, with Simons forks. That pic actually made it into the poster shops back then, and he had no idea how or why. A few years back some guy showed up at Moroneys with that bike and wanted to know if Pat wanted to buy it for under a grand, and Pat passed on it.
Anyone priced late 70's Moto Fox CR's with Simons and Fox airs lately?
1979 Husky 390, NOS 17" Trelleborg, NOS seatcover, etc. For Sale
Edit: wrong photo, scroll down \/
pretty wierd looking Husky.
That's what I was thinking,too.
Rotax motor? orange body work? Not doubting anyone just love this vintage stuff.
You sure that ain't a Can Am??
Dammit, wrong photo. Thats an MX3 Can Am, heres the Husky:
You should be doubting me!!
This is a stock 1975 KX400 with aftermarket shocks and fork boots. Judging by the amount of fork travel, I would guess it has a fork kit installed as well.