Hi All , Last year I acquired a 1974 R90/6 with 70k miles on it for my second bike and rode it almost everyday for 6 months. Even though I really enjoyed the bike and there weren't' any issues with it, it's not in the best condition. The frame has rust spots on it which I've painted with a brush but looks like crap when you look close, the engine is full of grime from the leaking seals, the seat cover had several cracks in it, and the paint on the tank is cracking around the filling hole because the gasket is shot. I wanted something nicer, unique to my personal tastes, but still keeping the classic style of the R90/6 that I fell in love with. I don't really enjoy the cafe look and think that it has been overdone. I like the scrambler look and would have some practical uses for the dual sport tires since I plan to do some trips off the beaten path. The goal was to make it into a classic GS. I do have pretty good fabrication skills, so I will be doing most of the modifications myself. It will save some money, plus I think the more you put into it the more you will "know" your bike and love riding it. I made some sketches on paper then photoshopped the following for my build concept: I will be doing a complete frame-off resto-mod with the following major things: -Snowflake alloy front and rear wheels (was too lazy to photoshop the rear wheel) from an R100 -Dual front brakes with ATE calipers. Since a /6 right fork slider with mounts for the brake caliper is pretty rare, I will be buying another left fork slider and modifying it to take a caliper on the right side. I will keep the master cylinder under the tank but modify it so it has two outputs for the dual caliipers -Shortened subframe to give it a sportier look. I will fabricate another frame (sub-subframe) that will bolt onto the sub-frame. The sub-subframe will have aluminum side bags attached to it. -Custom seat and cover -New paint on tank -Scrambler type handlebars and newer controls -Powdercoat fork sliders, wheels, frame, and sub-frame. -Raised front fender from an R100, chopped rear fender from undecided yet -custom headers or at least new mufflers -/5 headlamp (expensive!!) or new and much smaller speedometer I think it's a pretty ambitious project, but I'm young and don't have a family so I'm pretty motivated and have lots of time to work on it. Hopefully you guys can provide some encouragement as well. Wish me luck!