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Author Topic: GL500 Silverwing Scooped for $125  (Read 14728 times)

Offline KoŽstum

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Re: GL500 Silverwing Scooped for $125
« Reply #110 on: Jan 25, 2019, 17:16:23 »
Keep going.  The bends look great.
Thanks.

Nearly had the seat perfected today at lunch but ran out of time.

Also... clip-ons arrived just before lunchtime.


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Offline KoŽstum

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Re: GL500 Silverwing Scooped for $125
« Reply #111 on: Jan 31, 2019, 18:05:01 »
Working out a seat support and slicing off tiny slivers til the length is just right.

Lunchtime isn't quit long enough to make solid progress but it's close.

Los Gatos, CA
1978 Honda Twinstar cm185cc: The Black Pearl project

1982 Honda GL500 Silverwing Project

Motion Photos On Facebook



'86 Honda VT700, just bought on April 29 '17
Honda z50 (sold)
Honda CB125... the original... long gone :(
Honda cb360 (sold)
Honda cb400f (sold)
Honda cb450 (sold)
Honda cb500t (sold)
Honda cb550 (sold)
'75 Honda cb750 (sold)
'78 Honda cb750 (sold)

Offline jordandogtown

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Re: GL500 Silverwing Scooped for $125
« Reply #112 on: Feb 01, 2019, 15:48:37 »
Looking good. I can't wait to see that rear tire all shined up
"A motorcycle is a bicycle with a pandemonium attachment and is designed for the especial use of mechanical geniuses, daredevils, and lunatics" George Fitch, 1916

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