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    Thumbs up Finally, done & pix

    It's a parts bike: front end, runtrain, bodywork, wheels, bellypan & tailstock all from different. No cluster, too $ to buy, so build... not perfect, but accurate. Took 2 years to get the time to build it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CustomSarge View Post
    It's a parts bike: front end, runtrain, bodywork, wheels, bellypan & tailstock all from different. No cluster, too $ to buy, so build... not perfect, but accurate. Took 2 years to get the time to build it.
    More info on that dash please!!!
    1994 K75/2

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    Utah Driven

    Johnson Valley Reservoir pass near Fishlake, Utah



    Cell phone camera doesn't do this area and color real justice.
    Larry S
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    2003 K1200RS
    1988 K100 LT

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    Sweet! I just went through Fish Lake a couple weeks ago. Beautiful!

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    I drag this home two weeks a go,it was FREE

    This bike was sitting outside for two years,i got it started and ride arond the block to check if gear box works ok.Now i got a winter project.Stay tuned for a spring update.


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    I just drove my K1200RS back to Rhode Island from Tuscon, Az. Sure is a hell of a lot of corn and soybeans grown in the USA.
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    My new K1300S... well, its a month old now but the photo was taken the day I received it
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    '09 K1300S 'Zoot' (Wicked, bad, naughty, evil, Zoot!)
    '94 K1100LT 'Desert' (the horse with no name)

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    Thumbs up What a Bargain

    Quote Originally Posted by ghostridery2k View Post
    I drag this home two weeks a go,it was FREE

    This bike was sitting outside for two years,i got it started and ride arond the block to check if gear box works ok.Now i got a winter project.Stay tuned for a spring update.
    Wow! Can't beat that price!

    Always nice to see someone keeping another flying brick... flying. Please do keep us posted on the status of your project.

    -MTS
    Mike Sweger
    Charlottesville, Virginia | 2004 K1200GT
    "Discovery consists of seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what nobody has thought." ~ Albert Szent-Gyorgyi

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTSweger View Post
    Wow! Can't beat that price!

    Always nice to see someone keeping another flying brick... flying. Please do keep us posted on the status of your project.

    -MTS
    ok,this is my 3rd K bike,my 1st is low production # K75 #166( foud it in the back of the garage in three boxes).2nd 04 k1200lt nothing special with exeptionof the price i paid for it(12K miles repo at $3400+transport) and 3rd is this butifull 94 k 1100lt.There somthing about K bikes that make me like them.Hmm................

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    Quote Originally Posted by wmubrown View Post
    My new K1300S... well, its a month old now but the photo was taken the day I received it
    Now THAT is a happy new bike grin if I ever saw one!
    Greg Feeler
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    1972 R75/5, 1990 K75, 1990 K1, 1992 K75S, 2003 K1200RS

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    Quote Originally Posted by GregFeeler View Post
    Now THAT is a happy new bike grin if I ever saw one!
    Oh you bet... and the grin just keeps growing... 1200+ miles on her now!
    John A. Brown - Kalamazoo MI
    '09 K1300S 'Zoot' (Wicked, bad, naughty, evil, Zoot!)
    '94 K1100LT 'Desert' (the horse with no name)

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    Ticonderoga, NY ferry closing to VT. - App. Gap in Fall 2007
    Speed Pack on back seat, now I have K1300 luggage rack so my son can come on weekend ride or rallies.
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    '91 K75S, '06 K1200S
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    Smile Bargain Hunter Extrodinaire

    Quote Originally Posted by ghostridery2k View Post
    ok,this is my 3rd K bike,my 1st is low production # K75 #166( foud it in the back of the garage in three boxes).2nd 04 k1200lt nothing special with exeptionof the price i paid for it(12K miles repo at $3400+transport) and 3rd is this butifull 94 k 1100lt.There somthing about K bikes that make me like them.Hmm................
    Dude, you sure know how to find a great deal!

    Want to tag along the next time I go motorcycle shopping? If not, could you at least send some of that good mojo my way?

    -MTS
    Mike Sweger
    Charlottesville, Virginia | 2004 K1200GT
    "Discovery consists of seeing what everybody has seen and thinking what nobody has thought." ~ Albert Szent-Gyorgyi

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    This is my 2004 LT with the Mackinaw Bridge in the back ground last year one day after Labor Day.
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    Rhode Island from Tuscon, Az

    Quote Originally Posted by bmwchromehead View Post
    I just drove my K1200RS back to Rhode Island from Tuscon, Az. Sure is a hell of a lot of corn and soybeans grown in the USA.
    Bet you were not in Nebraska very long with that bike!
    2014 R1200 GSA, 92 K75s. Gone: 97 F650st, 04 R1100s, 78 R80/7, 76 Honda 750F, Maico 400, Husqvarna 360 8 speed, Honda SL-350, Suzuki 250 Savage, Honda 175SL, Bonanza 100.

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