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This is a very Honda! The 1977 Honda CB750A Hondamatic, the very automatic gearbox version of the awesome CB750 which transformed the motorcycle world. This is a recent import from the USA and looks in very good condition. Click  link for more details http://ow.ly/iAYm50y4NyA
Something a bit different! I came across this Yamaha TDM850 project for sale on ebay. The seller claims all parts are there to complete, and the work to date looks good. An odd choice of bike for a trike conversion. Why not? https://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/710-53481-19255-0/1?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fitm%2FTrike-project%2F312961027395%3Fhash%3Ditem48ddee4d43%3Ag%3AGZAAAOSwubJdwt6u&campid=5338455014&toolid=20008 #yamaha #TDM #trike #barnfind
It doesnt matter if you are an off-road rider or not, the Yamaha DT175 and larger brothers will always be a great 1970s icon for motorcyclists. The amount of people I know who learned how to wheelie on these bikes is bonkers. The 1977 example is a cool http://ow.ly/hItu50y3WJV
This 1988 Suzuki GSXR1100 could be an ideal candidate for some minor work to restore to complete original condition.  This appears to be a solid looking bike with mostly original parts. Ebay ad here http://ow.ly/OITt50y3Vqs #Suzuki #GSXR1100 #barnfind #motorcycle #retro
The Honda VFR750 was a revelation which it was launched in 1986 to replace the ill fated VF750 which suffered engine reliability problems. You can still pick-up the original Honda VFR750F for little money but good ones are becoming harder to find http://ow.ly/I4SF50y3Uy6 #VFR750F
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