1967 - 1972 F-100 & Larger F-Series Trucks
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Nice truck, nice bike, and nice looking gal. Talk about turning a triple into a home run........
My three favourite toys. I cannot complain.
Originally Posted by rews2
I remember those old KZ's had a lot of power and needed more brake to slow it down as I remember. Nice bike. Anybody remember the old yamaha RD400? Torquey 2 strokes.
I have a double front brake system I need to bolt onto the Kawi. This one is a 1978 KZ1000. Top speed of 130mph I think, which was huge for the time.
Originally Posted by 351Cleveland C4
Dang tro, that's a good lookin' picture all the way around.... Haha
I ain't been doing much. Truck is running good so I've just been driving it. School starts on the 19th for me so I'm kinda getting ready for that.
I have to wait until December of 2015 until a class opens up. I'm trying to phone up my uncle to see if he'll take me on his logging company while I wait.
Originally Posted by MIKES 68 F100
Nice clean old Kawi goes well with your truck
There was a whole lot of rubber necking going on when I had that thing in the back.
Originally Posted by Rasputin53
"Three things that get me in trouble."
Actually, what's gotten me into trouble the most is my dirtbike. Before I had a truck, I'd ride it on the street. Four times within two months I encountered police on my way to trails. I've now customized the crap out of it so I refuse to ever ride it on the road again as it is one of the most identifiable bikes in town right now.
I've been customizing toys for as long as I could afford them. Here was my old bike I did a few years ago.
I'm excited to get at my truck. I've been accumulating parts for it. Tear down begins on the weekend.
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