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Prof
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Lukes chop...

Post by Prof » Sat Sep 16, 2006 12:10 am

Lukes other chop...

Ok fellas... what is it? This is another case of tracking down and buying back a previously owned chopper... Luke's just picked it up and there are a few bits missing, but watch out they'll soon be out cruisin...

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One kick starting...

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Bates seat is in shed... What's the frame? We know but do you?

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Check out the carby. also unusual heads for this bike
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Cromag
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Post by Cromag » Sat Sep 16, 2006 10:44 am

Trumpy frame, beezer box conical rear hub, walla engine etc..this is the coolest bike in the world bar none.

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Post by Prof » Mon Sep 18, 2006 6:31 pm

Ratty's softtail...


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It's a 1989 softail running a very modified 113 S&S motor raked and lowered...
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chopperguy954
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Post by chopperguy954 » Thu Oct 26, 2006 1:00 am

Apologies to chopper guy, Interesting bike, but no unclad women on this website thanks.

chopaweeza
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Post by chopaweeza » Thu Oct 26, 2006 7:22 am

The heads on the Walla engined beast are K or KH Sportster.

Wayne

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Prof
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John's yammies

Post by Prof » Tue Dec 12, 2006 9:13 am

John's yammies

Can you please send me a couple of membership applications forms. For myself and my son Drew.

We have a couple of XS650 Yammies. The rigid bobber is now register and gets ridden regularly. Getting it thru Regency was an experience. I'm not sure what style you would call the other bike, its a 1971 XS1B that has been raked and lowered and I've fitted a Harley Sportster seat. Its about to get rewired by Bikeelec then it'l be ready for rego. Hopefully by xmas.
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We're interested in the occasional run and getting info for other projects.

The other bike is my 1955 Francis Barnett. its been in the family since new. It's about to undergo its 2nd restoration, 5.5 horsepower!!
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chazz
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Post by chazz » Mon Jan 15, 2007 9:51 pm

my gs 750
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sadly now gone :cry:

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VMAX's CB750 Chopper...

Post by Prof » Sat Feb 03, 2007 10:14 am

VMAX's CB750 Chopper...

More info coming soon...
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Bishop's chopper...

Post by Prof » Sat Feb 03, 2007 5:58 pm

Andrew Bishop's trumpy chopper...

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This bike is now for sale (Qld). See for sale forum...
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tigerbob
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Re: Mals 750/4

Post by tigerbob » Tue Mar 08, 2011 9:17 pm

Andrew CA Admin wrote:Mal's 750/4... Mal's 750/4 is a great example of a popular 70's South Australian chop job... longer forks, head light, bars, lowering blocks some moulding and a paint job, some chome and after market exhausts...

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I still love the look of these, reminds me of my teenage years. I didn't realise these were an Adelaide phenomenum (I'm originally from Adelaide). I was offered a straight swap in about '85 of a similar styled 750/4 with lots of chrome and custom paint as a straight swap for my Ducati 500. I loved riding my mate's chopped CB750 so jumped at the chance but the swap never happened for some reason- still a regret of mine.
'94 Dyna Convertible
'73 TR6 Tiger - chopper under construction
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ShovelShane
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Post by ShovelShane » Mon Mar 14, 2011 12:37 am

I could swear that the 750/4 in the last pic could be an old pic of one I have sitting in the shed
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