yeah, i look forward to see it also when restored....i really like this style of bike...here some pics from this beautiful Classic.Ian Bungy;277131 wrote: I will be waiting to see the Bike when You are finished! They were a real Classic! Good Luck.
True ... First of the Jap super bikes ! ..David Learmonth;277158 wrote: This model is the 750 Honda I always wanted & never had. Had the CB500-4 which was a similar shape & then a 1979 Honda 750KZ - an excellent bike but totally different appearance. First of the super bikes I reckon.
What a nice pair ... & one is a sandcast model ... very nice ! ... this one will be red when finished ..techy5025;277155 wrote: I have two of these in my garage....in the US. Both are K0...one is a sandcast. I would love to have one in Chiangmai.
Thanks .... Tank + s/panels painted by a Thai guy in Patts ...chroming & alloy polishing in Patts too .. seat in Bkk ... the rest by yours truly ..Ian Bungy;278151 wrote: Looking Beautiful! Where did You get parts, Paint Job etc from in Thailand? Like Brand New! Good Work Eddie!
Cheers ... The engine was OK 18000 miles on clock .. no oil leaks + clutch-plates still like new etc .. so best left alone, just checked the tappets,& points ... yes points!! + + new set of s/plugs + oil/filter etc etc ... ttfn E.Franz;278157 wrote: Eddie you are doing a marvellous job there !! She will come out more beautiful than new !! I like the red colour as it makes this bike stand out in the crowd. Did you do a general overhaul too ?? Such as new bearings, gaskets, clutchplates, pistonrings, camchains and the lot ? Looking forward to the photos of the finished bike. Cheers, Franz