Big Red, the "Parts Bike"

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Re: Big Red, the "Parts Bike"


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Awesome surprise to see Big Red as BOTM!!!!

Thank you! Can someone correct my name to Tory?
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1978 GL1000
1986 GL1200 Aspencade
With California Sidecar
1965 CA95 Benly
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1976 Goldwing Super Sport
1985 Honda Elite
1976 KZ900 Dragbike
1992 ZX7 Dragbike (KZ900 style motor w/NOS)
and a rotation of various purchases
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Fix it!
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Got it!!
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Post by mophead »

"Lucas taillight"
Hope you don't get rear ended. Sorry just couldn't pass that up.
Nice bike from spares laying around.
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Post by rcmatt007 »

mophead wrote: Wed May 08, 2024 11:51 am "Lucas taillight"
Hope you don't get rear ended. Sorry just couldn't pass that up.
Nice bike from spares laying around.
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