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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by chiefrider, Oct 27, 2008.
It's a '67 Greeves Challanger 360cc MX with Earl's leading link front end.
WTF? So did I. Didnt have the B on the end of race number 414 though. ??
(June 2010, 103.627)
I probably included Indian and 350 in the search too.
I just wish I could ride/wrench half as well as I can nerd/geek ...
I found a CB160 for $100 a couple years back. It was a little thrashed, although the paint was in decent shape, so it made a very nice cafe bike. Cool little zippy thing...
Again, another one with good taste. I'm working on a stock CB400F for a girlfriend now, not as good shape as this though (well, she is, bike's not). Maybe I'll have to throw a photo up when she's ready...
Very much a "nice bike, nice babe". Surprising how small a 400/4 is though with a larger person by the side of it, but she's perfectly proportioned
I just noticed, non standard indicators, at least for here in the UK
With that curvy little elfin chick on the bike, I find it hard to understand how someone could notice the indicators.......
Not sure why, but I suddenly have an urge to buy a Sportster (and a chain drive one at that.)
in england, he's classed as an " anorak "
that guzzi has nice jugs
^^^ Be pretty hard to improve on that. Nice find.
The jugs should be in good shape, that Guzzi ain't old.
most do. that one seems to have one a bit larger than the other....<label for="rb_iconid_26"></label>
Dear Mr. Curmudgeon, please shut the frak up. We have already well established that modern retro motos are entirely welcome in this thread. Please contribute photos or funny or insightful comments, or shut the frak up.
Um yea if you're going to chastise someone about not posting photo in a photo thread. and then not post a photo...
You're doing it wrong.
I bin called worse
And, I'd go for the babe before the bike ANYDAY
Don't tell her about me noticing the indicators, I won't stand a chance with her otherwise,,,,
Pleaseee get it right, it's WALES, not England