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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by nedodjija, Jul 30, 2009.
If you would like to show your vintage Japanese inline four please feel free to do so.
My old Z650...
My old GPz 1100
My old CB750K
and my old Z1000
now all sadly gone
I love that Z650. I used to have KZ650 (don't know what the difference between the two is) and I loved the thing. So smooth. Thanks for the picts.
'75 Honda CB550F Supersport
They put the K in front of the Z650 just for the American market, so that you knew it was made by Kawasaki, even though there was a clue on the tank!
My "bobber" that I created from a 1981 Yamaha XJ650 (Maxim). Gone as of July 3rd . Traded for a clapped out '79 TS250 that I am trying to get ready for the road right now. Getting close! Anyway....these were the last pics I took of the ol' girl.
My 71 CB500
Time for some GS lovin'...
My 1983 GS850G in October 2007 (the only pic I have of the thing halfway clean):
Now at 104,000 miles and counting...
Yeah, it hauls ass and handles...
One of my earlier restoration projects: http://www.stephenbottcher.net/Honda/swanlake.htm
Sold it ... wasn't TAT-compatible!
Here is an old picture of my kz1000. I'm doing a top end job right now and some clean up. I also have new mirrors, a back rack, and a vetter fairing. I'm going to put on some shorter bars and a quarter fairing eventually.
Original and unrestored. 1972 model CB350/4
And not one inline engine amongst them....dum dee dum.
Plenty of transverse fours though.
The cylinders are in line. Just the frame is put on sideways.
Otherwise it is too hard to bend the chain around to reach the back wheel.
82 GPZ 750
Vintage mh.... not really but nice
Several of CB750K0 and sand cast bikes at mid Ohio last weekend. It was the 40th anniversary of the bikes introduction. This photo is from The Blue Ridge Parkway, NC.
Still not sure why I sold it.....
Ok, I'll bite, somehow I thought the photo would show up?