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Old 05-08-2013, 03:55 AM   #31
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It's ok I got a car tire on the azz end LOL

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This thread has made me even more eager to get my bike back from the shop. I left it out covered this winter and I had a huge puddle of oil under it. So I took it out to my local shop last week but they have me waiting til the 9th til they even get it on the bench. And the Walther is finally warming up this week.

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Old 05-08-2013, 04:24 AM   #33
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My father has two Honda Dreams. One is a 150 and the other is a 300. I do not know years and both are black. They need restored aswell. They look like this.....
The 150 is probably a ( ca95), benly not a dream. I believe the dreams only came with the 305 motor. The look very similar. I had a 150, sold it during my divorce. What a dam mistake.
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This thread has made me even more eager to get my bike back from the shop. I left it out covered this winter and I had a huge puddle of oil under it. So I took it out to my local shop last week but they have me waiting til the 9th til they even get it on the bench. And the Walther is finally warming up this week.
This thread will make a person want to hop on 2 wheels for a ride. Good luck with your bike,hope they get it ready soon!
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This thread has made me even more eager to get my bike back from the shop. I left it out covered this winter and I had a huge puddle of oil under it. So I took it out to my local shop last week but they have me waiting til the 9th til they even get it on the bench. And the Walther is finally warming up this week.
I feel ya in waiting! I'm in the process of getting mine back rideable after a pretty bad wreck. Just needing a windshield, mirror and blinker along with some body work
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Im stoked on tge response to this. Im a serious motorcycle junkie. They rival my guns, depending on the season. Lol

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Tw200 and 1966 Honda cb160. The 160 me and my dad restored (mainly my dad) when I was a kid.

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08 Big Dog K9. 117 CI S&S, Baker tranny, Vance and Hines exhaust, 300 mm rear. Sadly I don't know how to post pictures in forums.

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Do you have pics of the bike anywhere on the net? Copy and paste it in your thread is an easy way.

I have a V8 motorcycle and a Goldwing. Move them around with a toy hauler and Kenworth motor home.



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Lots of nice scoots here. Mine is just a pretty much stock '07 883 Sporty Custom. She's been good to me these past years. I'm hopeful this trip to the garage isn't going to hit me too hard in the pocket.

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