Post your Airhead pics

Discussion in 'Airheads' started by a_k_nicholls, Sep 4, 2004.

  1. gsd4me

    gsd4me 90% bluff

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    What he ^^^ said. "We needs to know".
  2. kenbob

    kenbob Gnarly GnOOb

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    Geez - that would sure be nice to see !! Please do
  3. RJB (holland)

    RJB (holland) AIRHEAD

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    Okay, I will start a new thread on the R80 modifications.
  4. gsd4me

    gsd4me 90% bluff

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    Good stuff.


    :thumb
  5. danedg

    danedg Horizontally Opposed

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    Your shop is cleaner than my doctors office!
    I wish my doctor had 4 or 5 BMW's in his office!!:clap
  6. Rob Farmer

    Rob Farmer Long timer

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    You'd think that when people get to a certain age they'd have a little dignity :D

    Jabber admiring Thunders Kalahari

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    it was pretty clean

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  7. Max Headroom

    Max Headroom lost in the '70s

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    Had a friend visit last weekend on his stunning, freshly restored Daytona Orange R90S. It had done 150k miles with not a lot of love in recent years prior to the restoration. It now has a new pair of 1000cc Siebenrock cylinders & pistons, late clutch & flywheel, and a post '81 big tube swingarm among other things.

    It's a '76 matching numbers bike which was privately imported to NZ from Florida in 1989, and was originally Silver Smoke.

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  8. I GS 1

    I GS 1 I 90S I

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    Pity about those mag wheels - they do nothing for it. At least IMHO
  9. woodly1069

    woodly1069 Long timer

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    Mag wheels or not, its freakin beautiful in my opinion
  10. RJB (holland)

    RJB (holland) AIRHEAD

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    I like the wheels with the black in it, even better than the spoked wheels. I wouldn't do it on an original bike but since this one was already modified, restored and color changed why not do some more.
  11. gsd4me

    gsd4me 90% bluff

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    I like them, at least they are period.
  12. Garthe

    Garthe ROCKS ARE YOUR FRIENDS...

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    I like the mags too! But, in all fairness I still have my KZ from the old days. So, they do something for me. To each their own...
  13. gsd4me

    gsd4me 90% bluff

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    I'm guessing the wheels are not a recent addition, but were already on the bike when it was imported into Unzud in '89.
  14. Max Headroom

    Max Headroom lost in the '70s

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    Good guess. I have a strong connection with the DO R90S, as I seriously considered purchasing it in '89 when it first arrived into NZ. It had the Lesters, a fork brace, Konis, a pair of Metzeler Marathons and a low mileage of around 43,000 miles from memory. It was mint, and had obviously been owned/set up by an enthusiast. I already had an R90/6 which I considered trading against the R90S, but chickened out. The bike made quite an impression on me though, and I'd kept in contact with the owner intermittently over the years.

    I finally had the opportunity to buy it about 4 years ago, but it was little better than a basket case, very tired and needing a full restoration. My intention was to restore it, until I came to the view that I really didn't need two R90Ss. The guy who bought it has restored a few British bikes and I've seen his work. He's a very talented guy.
  15. CaptUglyDan

    CaptUglyDan Been here awhile

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  16. CaptUglyDan

    CaptUglyDan Been here awhile

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  17. Other Bob

    Other Bob Been here awhile

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    Max,

    Stunning indeed, as are the machines surrounding it. I'm curious about the one at the back of this row. Can you tell me about the source for the cafe' fairing with the white 'wings'?

    Bob

  18. Caddy82rats

    Caddy82rats Long timer

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    This is not genuine, but I like the red strips and white turn signals on the silver smoke 90S
  19. globalt38

    globalt38 "A Fist Full of Throttle"

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    Interesting color - what is it?
  20. gsd4me

    gsd4me 90% bluff

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    Me too. So it's a hybrid, you mean like a Toyota Prius?? :lol3 I think we need a few pics and a bit of a story.