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1969 Honda Z50A K1

Who said it was only about Motorcycles? What else do you collect, restore, enjoy... ?
4shorts
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Location: Newfoundland, Canada

Post by 4shorts » Thu Dec 24, 2009 1:08 pm

Here's a few pics I snapped today of some of the bikes. 2003 Wing, 1972 Honda CT70 K1, 1969 Honda Z50 A K1 Ok I'll admit it. I'm bored



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His hat badge matches the logo on the tank


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Merry Christmas everyone!
1964 CT200
1965 C78 305 Dream
1966 C100 Cub
1966 C200 90 Touring
1969 Z50AK1
1972 C70 Cub
1972 CT70 K1
1984 C70 Passport
2003 GL1800 GoldWing

Gunner_CAF
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Location: Wisconsin, USA

Post by Gunner_CAF » Thu Dec 24, 2009 4:38 pm

Nice work!! Merry Christmas!

Gunner

frogeye
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restorations

Post by frogeye » Thu Oct 01, 2015 9:58 am

Hi, I have been reading your posts and Davomoto and all I can say is I am in awe of the machines you turn out.
I have just purchased a frame from one seller and a motor from another which I am waiting to arrive here in the UK, Itseems these machines are plentiful in the US and Australia but are few and far between over here in the UK. The model I will be building is a 71 K2 non battery model. I will post some pics when the items arrive and progress as I go along and would appreciate constructive criticism.

davebern
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Location: Sydney, Australia

Post by davebern » Mon Dec 05, 2016 4:37 pm

My cousin got one of these for Christmas when I was a kid. In Australia they had a speedo and indicators as you could road register them. It was the first bike I ever rode, and the first bike I crashed... It was a week old and I dropped it on some gravel. I was crying because I tore up my arm, and he was crying because I tore up his beautiful bike.
Seeing your perfect restoration (his was exactly the same) brought back some precious childhood memories. Congratulations on some first rate work.

Dave in Oz.

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