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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by James Adams, Apr 3, 2009.
Buco made something VERY similar......
I have not seen one like that in a long time. Someone had one on an airhead that went to a lot of rallies in the late 70s in the Midwest. We called it the 'Porta-Potty'. His was white, IIRC, and his name was Dave. That's all I have.
I love Craven's... these are the Comet's. I have another set of these to go on something, maybe my A65 Lightning.
a work in progress
Wixoms on my T3...I bought them in fairly sad shape off an old Triumph, primarily because they came with the original brackets.
Had fun reworking them, although I'm no expert in fiberglass.
Those would fit my R50 so well.....
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This showed up in a CL ad for a nice old Dream. Never seen bags like these. Don't know if they're period correct, as he seems to be claiming, or more recent production.
More groovy '70s-'80s gear on this CL offering. Flat-top bags look familiar but I don't recognize them. Shoei?
1980 Yamaha 1100 - $150 (Chilesburg)
make / manufacturer: Yamaha
model name / number: 4R1
size / dimensions: 1100
1980 Yamaha 1100 parts bike no title or key engine is seized up appears complete except for air box and side covers. Willing to trade bring help to load cause it's super heavy. Text or call my email ain't working.
the IOM scoreboard after running the entire IOM Circuit at high speed in 99
in scotland @ brampton road ...
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .... barn find ....... 54 black knight w/ a set of Craven ''Rodark '' Panniers
Loving that green and black paint scheme
I have never seen these bags before today. Anyone know the origin of these cuties?
Perfectly sized for the R27 in the basement IMHO.
Edit: Found videos of this bike on You Tube posted from Asia. They are not frenched around the rear shocks. Upon closer inspection they appear to be oval wash basins or roaster lids welded along the flange. Simply Brilliant!
"62 Bonneville with Buco bags.
Wixoms rule more!
IMG_2848 by jay_snyder67, on Flickr