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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by Drif10, Sep 5, 2004.
Could be the mighty. R90/6.
Believed to be Abe Zimmerman. You may have heard of his son , Bob. Bob Dylan.
Definietely a resemblance there.
Cleaned up a bit, now with proper shocks.
My dad had the 250cc version of that - same colour and everything. Extraordinarily insipid performance - just had no guts at all.
I owned a CM450. It was my third motorcycle, I was 17 and thought I was moving up to a four stroke.
Looking back it was a gutless pig, and not the typical "bullet proof" Honda that many claim. I rode it, later my wife rode it, but it was milk-toast Honda at it's worse.
I loved the riding position though with the buckhorn bars. I trimmed the seat to be a solo, I thought it looked great.
Yeah definitely not a speed demon :) I have a Ducati for that.
both 1992 R100GS. serial numbers 57 apart. I'm glad mine (right) was repainted. I'm not a fan of the original purple color.
Love those bikes! Would love to have a R100GSPD but they're getting pretty expensive here
Just finished restoring this 1977 xt500 using the 77 tt500 livery. Two rides so far since an engine rebuild. It rips
Is there a build thread? Love the reverse meg!
had a Triumph cub and Daytona years ago, then a Comando 850, recently got this 72 Tr6 5-speed. Still love the sound of old Brit twins...
Oh my dog a Dunstall fork on a ???? VW???
My first big retirement project. Turned this;
Second project, my riding partner's '76 KZ 900, which sat in the corner or his garage for 10+ years. No headlight or front blinkers, crunched tank, and all the issues you encounter when something has sat unused for years.
A few bucks and a few months later;
My '71 Norton Commando SS, owned since 1973, now with 1975 power and running gear.
That's actually the blue bike in the background with fiberglass tank etc. before I painted the tins.
Out for lunch at a little joint about 35 miles from here.
Love your work.
That Galaxy is on the horizon some day I guess.