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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by Drif10, Sep 5, 2004.
Very, very nice!
THX for the tip on posting images Greg. It was easy!
Merry Christmas all
I just finished my completet SL350K2 Restoration done in candy orange 71 paint scheme. I did a few mods to make it a daily driver, 500 miles so far on the break in and it hasn't missed a beat.
Wow, that is beautiful.
Nice work - I especially like the treatment you've given the pipes. To me the pipes are the SL350 and so few straight ones survive. Most of the replacements don't do the original look justice, but you've chosen a real nice look with those.
Merry Christmas , one and all.
Playing in the snow with my '67 Tr6 650.
I humbly submit some pics of my '78 XS650:
very nice. When I started shopping for my first motorcycle I looked at an XS in very good shape for $500. I didn't know what I was looking at so I left it in the guys garage. oserI'm still kicking myself every time I see a nice one like this.
very nice. When I started shopping for my first motorcycle I looked at an XS in very good shape for $500. I didn't know what I was looking at so I left it in the guys garage. oserI'm still kicking myself every time I see a nice one like this.[/QUOTE]
Thank you! I bought this back in '07 for $800 and have done a fair amount of upgrades while trying to maintain a stock appearance. I'll tell people it's like me: old & slow but still not bad looking for an old fart.
Have not been on here in a while. Bought a couple of new to me bikes since then.
I'm a huge GS guy,that 1150 is nice !!.
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So, that's your name around here.
Lol..sorry I don't understand. I'm not too bright though.:huh
Haha...Cuff...now I get it. As you will notice I'm not very sreative with my sign in names.
I on the other hand have zero imagination. Still love the bike sir.
From an impromptu photo shoot this summer.