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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by Drif10, Sep 5, 2004.
What a great idea for an event.
Great find! How many miles? Looks like some service and minor detail work and she's 9 of 10.
Looks like a very sweet project. You might want to feel along the bottoms of the mufflers for thin spots where moisture collected. Sometimes all that's left is chrome. Do the same where the exhaust pipe makes the bend. If the baffles are gone, VW chrome muffler tips will nicely fit into the mufflers.
Dude, cafe it.
Some more pics from same event. First one is me. Guys with both feet down are running without studs
I really like the look of this but can't quite place it, looks almost like a British twin but can't think of anything with a head like that, anyone know?
i thought some of you may enjoy this
Great find. You meet the nicest neighbors on a Honda!
It's a Jawa.
Twin port 250 if I not mistaken
I'm going to go out on a limb here, and speculate that you're not married.
Nice collection, BTW.
It's like a living room full of some of my favorite bikes!
Playing name those bikes without referencing the web at all!
An RZ350, a first generation GPZ 1000? An ELR, a Z1R, a Suzuki ?Gamma?A modern ZRX, An early Seca 650 and a DR350?
Izzat a RD500 in the back?!
Nice collection of bikes. I would have a hard time deciding which one to ride'
Giving it a stab...
From the left:
GPZ 550/750 (not sure which?)
Eddie Lawson Replica GPZ1100
Z-1R (first kwak i ever longed for)
400/250 Seca Yamaha (not sure which)
I think you list is close but the last two are (my guess):
Yamaha Seca 550
I always thought that light blue one was just a KZ1000, the Z1-R being a tad different. I am not go on the Kwaks though...
The blue/white is 1986 GSXR-1100. The gauge cluster and paint is the key.
Nah, if you look at that tiny front wheel and brake it's smaller; 250 or 400 like Lornce mentioned.