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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by 309, Jul 21, 2005.
My wife said "NO"
Saw this yesterday.
Keep after her 24/7. I'm willing to bet that within the month she tells you to do "Whatever the F*** you want to!!!!"
Don't know about that. She seems pretty battle hardened after 30 bikes Plus, we have been figuring how to get CU paid for next year.
It is a smokin' deal though.
I'm still trying to figure out why men have those
Where were you 21 years ago?:ddog
Someone to cook for you in exchange for working on her bike?
I took to riding one of these around way back in 1979. I was about half healed from a broken hip and pelvic bone. I would hand start that bike and go for a spin. DS rides mainly. But one bad get-off. And a couple of hours trying to hand start a flooded bike. And I decide to lay low for the rest of my healing period.
Those were the days.
Good winter project Blake!
I'd rather have Marc's (Ben's?) 350 Honda ...or the XS Yam behind this one.
It would take all winter to get that front fender to fit
1978 Honda CB550K with 2,108 original miles.
Bike is a 9.5 out of 10. No dents or dings. No rust on chrome or gas tank.
I have original front turn signals that have been removed.
Bike starts with electric or kick start. New fork seals, battery.
Dude you are KILLING me! That is BEAUTIFUL!
Non-funky colors. Bonus.
That is pretty bad-ass to the bone!
Would you keep the "Pimpin' Aint Easy" number plate?
You're killing me too! But I'm about to leave to take a look at it.
Had a 550 four as college commuter bike... Ran great!
Oh look ! It's a reliable Triumph ! Nice build .