This is my R100GS-Paris Dakar, made in 1989 but is a German import arriving in the UK in 1993. I bought her in 2004 with daydreams of a RTW ride or similar but reality has set in and I don't have the money to do that. After twelve more-than-happy years riding my ST1100, including two coast-to-coast across the US, she's finally too heavy for me and I ride her so little, a mere 800 miles last year. Time to resurrect the Paris Dakar. I have plans to re-inforce the frame and subframe before powdercoating, and BMW specialist Jim Cray is going to work wonders with the engine. Jim re-built my R100/7 about eighteen years ago and it was a flyer. The wheels will be polished and fitted with stainless steel spokes. I've already fitted a four-pot caliper from an R1100 and a floating disc which incidentally altered the effectiveness of the front brake from very poor to poor. I fitted a taller Secdem screen (although I like the US Parabellum) and have bought a single seat and rack from the US plus Touratech panniers. A nice project for the winter.