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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by Drif10, Sep 5, 2004.
Beautiful bike, tastefully done.
What handlebars are those? Looks really cool.
Went for a short ride on the Blue Ridge Plateau yesterday,
When I started riding in 1980 that was the coolest bike ever in my eyes...
My ‘69 Honda 350 in 1970...
Wow, you really had it going on at that time...!
A couple of years ago on the way to a Ducati Rally.
Wow, that's a real beauty!
The ultimate London dispatch rider bike !!
From this angle.. R60/6?
Not with those carbs.
Thanks. The P.O. had it as more of a cafe. Low clubman bars, chopped rear fender, front fender removed, chain guard removed, rear axle mounted license plate and tail light, custom cafe seat, pod filters, etc.
Said it ran fine but didn’t like to go above 60mph. He was fine with it as he just cruised back roads as a stress reliever.
I sourced all the missing parts to put the engine/ fuel/ air system back to stock. Cleaned/ rebuilt the carbs with new carb kits. Put Moto GP bars on it. Starter was acting up, so I pulled it and plugged the starter hole. Kick only now.
Runs great with stock air boxes and filters. 85-90 mph without too much effort. I mostly cruise country back roads myself, but I know it’s running right now. 55-65 @ 5k rpm and it’s money all day!!!!
Moto GP from 4into1. Cheap enough too. ~ $20ish
Much more comfortable than the clubman bars that were on there.
Dang... You are right.. I couldn't discern a front disc, but it's most likely a 75 wit those Bings. My bad.
Sorry I misspoke about the bars. I’m only early 40’s but I have sometimers.....
I actually have the super bike bars. Sorry to mislead
HAHAHAHA!!!! I personally think the dude in the seat looks a bit more like a young Dennis Hoper but bravo for the Goodfellas pic