Famous Amos, yes the cookies from elementary school guy, once said (I paraphrase) "There is only one way to eat an elephant, one bite at a time." I have a habit of going after elephants when it comes to projects. In this build thread, I plan to share the triumphs, long ways, short ways (recommended and 'save yourself') and bang your head against a wall ways to go from hand-me-down Kawasaki Vulcan 750 n00b to a glorious airhead GS pro in a few short months. It would be asinine to assume this will be a smooth road, but to keep the cliche train rolling, variety, challenges and f**k ups are the spice of life, no? Meet my yet to be named project bike: 1992 BMW R100GS, PD want to be, dressed in glorious early nineties custom neon paint. The price was right, the title is clear and best of all the engine is dead! I'm on my way to go see a possible engine candidate in the next town over, could be getting very interesting (I will include lots of pictures) as soon as this Friday morning! More to come, stay tuned, let me know what you think! P.S-A HUGE thank you to Brad, the P.O of this bike for the project and the good faith. We'll have to go for a ride when this thing is done.