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    I agree and just picked up a better seat imho.
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    My /5 as I found it

    I am rebuilding this bike into sort of a cafe racer
    it was very easy to find a little weight to take off.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WildThyme View Post
    I am rebuilding this bike into sort of a cafe racer
    it was very easy to find a little weight to take off.

    Ohhhh Myyyy!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by les_garten View Post
    Ohhhh Myyyy!!


    Oh ya!
    that was my reaction when I first saw the bike

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    im an old fart
    dontt drink party etc like I used too
    but then flash back , wow
    that makes me think.................wow
    is this still the 70's
    someone was drinking or on smoke-em when they were doing that
    wow

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    I hate to see things done "half way"

    That bike really needs some Side Panel aux fuel tanks done up in the same "Patriotic" Motif!

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    the 84 R65 on break returning from the 2011 MOA Rally. this bike is running well and not causing any electrical issues like the red 81 R65 is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WildThyme View Post
    I am rebuilding this bike into sort of a cafe racer
    it was very easy to find a little weight to take off.
    For some reason acid trip and Jimmy Hendricks come to mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WildThyme View Post
    I am rebuilding this bike into sort of a cafe racer
    it was very easy to find a little weight to take off.


    one of the few bikes where a rattle can is a big jump forward
    under all of that, I see potential, easy and cheap

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    Hey WildThyme,
    I looked at that bike.It was in Leonardsville right?Those flags are something else aren't they? If I remember right he had an extra tank and set of fenders for it. Too much of a project for me. Good luck,I can't wait to see what you do with her.
    George

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    Quote Originally Posted by georgej View Post
    Hey WildThyme,
    I looked at that bike.It was in Leonardsville right?Those flags are something else aren't they? If I remember right he had an extra tank and set of fenders for it. Too much of a project for me. Good luck,I can't wait to see what you do with her.
    George
    that is the bike. yes it came with extra set of fenders both tanks toaster and large capacity original seat and the Retro one. I am in no rush to finsh and so far it has been a fun project

    Wow what a sight when I pulled in the driveway
    take care
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    I thought the same thing when i first saw the bike. Myself and a buddy rode down to Brookfield for the antique motorcycle show and stopped to look at that bike on the way home.I told him he had to see it,but it was gone.I can't wait to see the after pictures.

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    Picked up last November. 3000 miles riding and countless hours synching, tinkering, replacing cables, seals etc. Hopelessly hooked on Airheads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alphashifter View Post
    Picked up last November. 3000 miles riding and countless hours synching, tinkering, replacing cables, seals etc. Hopelessly hooked on Airheads.
    Pretty bike, what year is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by barryg View Post
    Pretty bike, what year is it?
    Oops...'78 R100RS - PO had "converted to S specs" which to my relatively ignorant BMWness means he put the bubble fairing on and changed a couple of badges...(I put the lower S bars on last Thursday)
    would love a PM from anybody who has comments about said "conversion".
    (will add bike info to sig.)
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