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New To bobbers
03-19-2015, 05:49 PM
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New To bobbers
I am a life long lover of the classics and vintage rides given to us by GM,Ford,International,and yes…even Dodge/Plymouth back when they knew what they were building,and were ‘Real’ cars and trucks. My life has had it’s fill of great rides of the four wheel variety,and now I would like to break into the two wheel world,and nothing says ‘Bad @ss” and old skewl like a bobber,the stance,the rumble,and the bare raw look scream classic to me.
The area in which i live is small town,yet a hub between three major coasts along the gulf,so there is highway traffic,with random stop and go traffic,so i was thinking of going with maybe a 70’s automatic trans bike from the big three Japanese bikes,could you recommend something in the 600-800cc range that wouldnt be hard on the wallet,yet leaves plenty of “canvas’ to work on this piece of art that is bobber.
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03-22-2015, 12:07 PM
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I would say an auto Honda cb750 if you want an auto...

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03-22-2015, 07:28 PM
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RE: New To bobbers
(03-22-2015 12:07 PM)Dieselchanic Wrote:  I would say an auto Honda cb750 if you want an auto...

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Thank you Dieselchanic ,I think the cb's are an excellent idea
My dad had one back when I was a kid and I remember thinking how cool it was .
He also had a couple really nice Suzukis
Thanks again for your help and welcome
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