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UER Forum > Private Boards Index > Motorcycling > Ok oddballs? (Viewed 39479 times)
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Re: Ok oddballs?
< Reply # 60 on 8/15/2009 4:12 AM >
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yeah does look like a Virago

ever wonder where all the junk Yamaha 650s went
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they can buy these for $200-300 build the engine and throw the rest away

its a poor mans Triumph



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< Reply # 61 on 8/19/2009 7:24 PM >
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You might have been tall for this little 360MX, however I'm sure it would pull like a freight train, the suspension was not for the feint of heart.

What a nice restoration.




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< Reply # 62 on 8/19/2009 10:37 PM >
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that is freakin gorgeous even better than when yamahammer sold it new




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< Reply # 63 on 8/19/2009 11:49 PM >
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that is freakin gorgeous even better than when yamahammer sold it new


I think that it's a 1971 360, I've got a 1972 360, not nearly as nice however!!

Also those little street trackers are real popular around these parts, the XS650, SR500, CB350, Honda Ascot, that's all I can think of. But a lot of those get made up with that old 1/2 mile dirt track look, although SuperMotard has now come along and every body is going for that look now. I love seeing all the shit people will do to a bike, it keeps it interesting!!

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This thing could haul yer bikes around in style.




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< Reply # 64 on 8/26/2009 4:48 PM >
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I have never ever seen a Husqvarna Trials bike, this is a one off, made down in San Diego, CA. By Vintage Iron. Front forks look DKW?




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< Reply # 65 on 8/28/2009 7:55 PM >
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If I hadn't already given up my first born, I would do so for this beauty!!!




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Dressed for a scarecrow ball.........

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Re: Ok oddballs?
< Reply # 66 on 9/25/2009 10:41 PM >
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Oh my!

Thanks for the invite 2x, I think I have died and gone to heaven!

I'm in process of moving, but I will dig up some of my bike photos. Currently riding a 99 Ninja 250 for commuting purposes, and I own 7 - 10 other bikes. Never can keep track. Bought a basket case 1980 Husqvarna 390CR about a week ago. Pile of pieces but all the pieces are there. Now I have somewhere to post pics of the restoration!




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< Reply # 67 on 9/26/2009 12:55 AM >
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I was wondering if you were ever gonna drop in on this thread, 2X and I were the only ones keepin' it going. We were gittin' sick of one another.....

Would love to see the photos of that 390,

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Heres one of my bombers.




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< Reply # 68 on 9/26/2009 10:32 PM >
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I knew you guys would hit it off




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< Reply # 69 on 9/28/2009 2:16 PM >
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At first I thought it was a V-Rod, then as I got closer, I saw it is a Chinese
Hysong?




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< Reply # 70 on 10/1/2009 11:17 AM >
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wow 60 90? degree OHC and all



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< Reply # 71 on 10/3/2009 2:51 AM >
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Yeah, They sure tried hard to copy a V-rod!

Check out this Husky memorial, it's a 1978 OR390, it's out in the middle of the Mojave desert. It's near some old mines and a dry lake, Think I'll make a trip out there.


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< Reply # 72 on 10/6/2009 11:21 AM >
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thats really cool maybe in another 50yrs there will be enough stuff piled up to fill that circle in





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< Reply # 73 on 10/6/2009 2:28 PM >
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In 50 years that Husky would bo worth $20,000.00, if there was anything left of it.

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This guy was on the cover of everything in the early 80's, Steve Bauer.

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A lot of the top magazines were making the transition to using real racers for their cover shots, this guy was one of the first, and one of the best.



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Re: Ok oddballs?
< Reply # 74 on 10/17/2009 2:08 PM >
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I would love to get a BMW K1 (hot dog colors for sure), but they fetch pretty high prices these days



With sidecar!:





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< Reply # 75 on 12/15/2009 5:15 PM >
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That K1 looks like Der Weiner bike. What is that, like mid eighties or so?

Check out this new Vincent I found.

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< Reply # 76 on 12/17/2009 4:21 AM >
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what a piece of art

thats gorgeous




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< Reply # 77 on 12/17/2009 3:13 PM >
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Here is some more art.........

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< Reply # 78 on 12/17/2009 5:19 PM >
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yeah those are beauties

Im glad some manufacturers didnt lose their souls




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< Reply # 79 on 12/17/2009 5:21 PM >
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looks like it might be a bitch to work on though




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