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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by Drif10, Sep 5, 2004.
I'd like to say my RD400 is just the same, but can't: covered in dust and unused in the shed, because now owned by my son who lives and works on the other side of the world (London, I'm in New Zealand).
So, his is the same colour scheme, original unrestored.
Good job, you.
A buddy of mine had a black and gold '76 (similar to this picture). He used to let me ride it in '78 or so before I had a bike of my own. I still remember the otherworldly feeling that produced.
Every time I go in the garage....
That's actually a gent in New Zealand who's bought a few bikes from me garage.
Some of you guys have a museum, not a garage.
frick'n hoarders... they should call me to remove that junk so you can be free from the overwhelming burden and seek counseling
As we age, otherworldly feelings are harder to come by. I think you need to add one of those to your collection and at least try
The last time i posted a pic she was naked...over the past summer had her fully dressed and repainted...pictured here at the Iron Horse MC Lodge in Stecoah NC
That color scheme never came to the US, pity. If it did I would have sold my '75 RD350 for one.
I keep these road worthy and they always need something!
This one also...
Before the Lunar Rover , there was the Lunar Mini Bike.
Looks like this was s
Looks like this photo was taken mid-flight in the Vomit Comet. Note the guy on the right seems to be floating. Simulating moon gravity, I reckon.
My beloved naked 1978 R100S. We have been together two years to the day.
And my 99 W650
My Blue Bayou - 76 R75/6
My Purple People Eater - 93 R100GS
Beautiful BMWs darmahman! A great contrast between the stoic and elegant classic lines of the R75 and the desperately trying to escape from the disco era, goofball super saturated splatter paint of the 90's! Love em both!