Something like this . . . .

I've always liked how they build old motorcycles in Japan.  Since parts are expensive and in shorter supply, they use what they have to achieve a running, functioning motorcycle.  If all the parts are from that period of time . . . it all kinda goes together.  I have enough parts to do one of these(pic above).  I don't know how many times last summer I was hammering on the K-Model and just wanted to keep going to the next town.
The K is not really set-up for highway . . . on this I could keep going.  See you soon !

9 comments:

WhitelinePsycho said...

10/10 for bare bones function.

lucky23design said...

You can't beat the lines on old Ironheads. Nicest looking bike Harley ever made. My old man and my mom used to ride thousands of miles with the club on a chopped '72 XLCH, keeping up with Shovels and Pans the whole way. My dad swore by Ironheads.

Cycle Nazi said...

They are fun bikes to own...my sporty was fast a fuck...blow any big twin away...unless it was Crazy Carneys Hate Train...that had a few more cubes than my sporty could compete with...S&S 117 makes some horse power what can I say...

Hux said...

Great take.....but will it be able to jump a flower garden?

pat said...

yah make sure it has enough ground clearance for downtown davenport!

bake said...

Will it out run a Honda............125?

bake said...
This comment has been removed by the author.
bake said...

I know this dude that can tune............a fish!

Noot said...

Ha ha = We'll see won't we???? You try rampin' a K sometime.