View Full Version : Pics of my bikes

08-31-2008, 10:37 AM
Ok, lets see how this goes....
(I most familiar with V-Bulletin Forums, so I have a learning curve thing here to work out* ;D )

Here's two I owned last year. Honda Nighthawk on the left, Kawasaki 440LTD on the right-

The Kawi 440LTD alone. I crashed this bike, fixed it, and sold it. Gave me the "creeps" riding it again after the crash, I dunno why, but it did, so it had to go...

Then the Nighthawk 650 alone. Sold this one to buy another, and big mistake too. Should've kept it...

I also had a '73 Honda CL350 Scrambler. It was complete, in pretty good shape, just needed some TLC to be road worthy. Got it for free, and it sat in the garage for about a year, and I never touched it. Another big plan falling through, so I sold it, and I don't have any pics either. It was blue.* ::)

That's what I owned all at once last year, my next post has my current ride....

08-31-2008, 10:46 AM
Here's what I have now. I sold the Nighthawk to buy a Bandit, got chumped on the Bandit so I went searching. This bike is my wifes favorite, and she loves the paint, so I bought it for her. (she rides too, but nowhere near as much as me lol).

Anyway, I grabbed it while I could, and brought it back from the dead, and it's actually a pretty nice bike now, and it won't ever be sold. In the meantime, I keep searching for my next bike....

Anyway, Kawasaki Vulcan 750-



09-01-2008, 07:35 PM
Tell her too ride on.* We women love it.* Sorry you should have kept the nighthawk, but you live and learn.* You'll find something keep looking.

09-01-2008, 09:38 PM
Thanks Betty, and I'm always looking. Always.* ;)

09-01-2008, 10:55 PM
Looks like hey are in great shape!

09-05-2008, 08:55 AM
looking good, nothing like reserecting* a bike. i recked my '75 750 years ago and it took awhile before i felt confident riding it again

09-15-2008, 11:01 AM
Who did the paint job?

09-15-2008, 12:38 PM
Who did the paint job?

Don't know, I bought it like that. Up close you can see somebody was in a hurry, or not too good at the prep. I'm going to trying to have it done over during the winter, and maybe different colors too.