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salam bhai how much u paid 4 it......n whts ur plan 4 ths...........
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its going to be a nice story at end hope for the best
One Project cuming up, Bro! thts real entertainment. Best of luck for ur project. God bless u. Hoping agian 2 c a new and great mind and hand determination.
By the way how much this cost and wht abt the previous beauty? sold? how much?
best bike of the year
i am doing this project with my cousin Javeed Hassan
and without any hesitation, mechanically and technically he is stronger then me
so its a great project as per knowledge and fun also
at the end of this projectINSHAALLAH
u will see the new Honda CB650 Nighthawk
tabish and faheem thanks for ur prompt reaction and well wishes
v v vbest of luck.......
legend will revive soon
(1)Austin of England, a35, 1958, 850cc,,, (2) Mercedes benz , w202, C - 180 ,,, (3) 2003 HONDA CITY,,,, (4) Triumph TRW 500cc, 1952,,,,
That granny is in pitiable condition but there are some good times ahead. Looking forward to more pics and restoration story.
If you post detailed pics including information that from where you got a part purchased or restored or repaired and the individual cost on them, it will be beneficial for future enthusiasts.
Web: http://www.bikepics.com/members/sniperr and http://wanderersbook.blogspot.com
Best of luck with ur Project (Y)
Exploring Machines is my Passion...
availability of all the parts would be a big issue ,but all the best , may u succeed in what u have started
no issues with parts if you know the right people to contact. Patience does it.
Great choice of bike!!!!
why you scratched the orignal stickers from fuel tank?
my dear friends
we are going to make the real new bike
and the old tanks need to be washed and clean properly
to make them rust free inside as well as outside
so inshaAllah the final product will be so fine
As evident from the pictures, the bike wa salready in good shape. If I were you, I would have paid more attention to the engine and chrome parts but kept the paint. A few applications of scratch remover cream and wax could have given astonishing results. Anyways, best of luck with the resto. What color / shade are you planning now?