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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by Drif10, Sep 5, 2004.
That needs to also go in the Scooter Pics thread
needs the French laugh!
I didn't realise you could do the whole French shoulder shrug while riding a bike .
The Ducati has been in my stable since 1986 and I am the second owner. I raced the bike in the S.E. U.S. AMA / CCS Cup, Florida Grand Prix Riders and AHMRA events from 1987 through 1991. She was then brought back to street status and she and I have been seen plying the mountains of North Georgia.
The 1978 Kawasaki KZ 650 B is a low miles project bike I took under my wing and is now waiting on better weather for a garage paint job.
Don't ask me, because I don't know....
Definitely has a 'liberated' look to it...
Looks as if it could be front wheel drive with a radial engine in the wheel???
Yes it was liberated, Yes it is front wheel drive,
It is a ‘Killinger und Freund’
Close up of the engine
Cool stuff !
Just imagine that sucker seizing a piston (or two or three) when the rider had it wrung out at speed. :eek1 I wonder how far he'd travel through the air before landing.
It would be great for track days though - built in tire warmers!
Is it me or do I see a chick in there :eek1?
I have had this bike for 20 years . It is unrestored and runs like a new one.
A coupla shots of my '64 Superhawk. Restored a few years ago.
Did a C2C with a good friend Ted Paper last year on these old girls
Kind of a shame....
I found this "sleeping" in a Nebraska garage.
11k miles. We rolled it "into the light" for these photos.
Probably sitting back in a dark corner again by now.