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Nice job KP...like watchin American chopper
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Biggest bike I owned was a triumph 900 Norton commando 4 Honda 750 k4s cx500 turbo kwak gpz500 yam 450 and 250 oh and suzuki 400 only got rid of triumph last year after it sat in the garden for 2 years whilst I kept telling the missus I was going to restore it to showroom condition, in the end I had to agree it probably was never going to happen.


That turned out fantastic Ken. Really tempted to build a bike to give the metaliser paints a good run.
Yeah I was a Kawasaki man. First bike was a '77 Z1000. Absolutely loved it. I did a bolt up rebuild and made it into a "Goose" lookalike (from Mad Max). I then had a GpZ1100 A2, about an '84 model I think. It was the fastest bike in the world when it was released. That thing went like the wind. I might see if there's a model for it somewhere. Had a few other bikes too, but they were the standouts.
Top job! [smile]


http://www.madmaxmovies.com/mad-max/mad-max-cars/goose-kawasaki-z1000/index.html

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Biggest bike I owned was a triumph 900 Norton commando 4 Honda 750 k4s cx500 turbo kwak gpz500 yam 450 and 250 oh and suzuki 400 only got rid of triumph last year after it sat in the garden for 2 years whilst I kept telling the missus I was going to restore it to showroom condition, in the end I had to agree it probably was never going to happen.


That turned out fantastic Ken. Really tempted to build a bike to give the metaliser paints a good run.
Yeah I was a Kawasaki man. First bike was a '77 Z1000. Absolutely loved it. I did a bolt up rebuild and made it into a "Goose" lookalike (from Mad Max). I then had a GpZ1100 A2, about an '84 model I think. It was the fastest bike in the world when it was released. That thing went like the wind. I might see if there's a model for it somewhere. Had a few other bikes too, but they were the standouts.
Top job! [smile]


http://www.madmaxmovies.com/mad-max/mad-max-cars/goose-kawasaki-z1000/index.html
Mix of kawasaki and yamaha for me first to last. yam AR50, RD125, RD350, RD500, then onto kwaka EN500, KZ1000 ZZR600, mate of mine had the kwaka GPZ900 turbo. total beast. 
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Beautiful work. Great looking bike. love the effect on the seat. looks so realistic. 
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Hi all change of plan here is the finished article.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Well done mate. Looks first rate.
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Yeah very nice. That seat looks real, and comfortable. lol Great job. [smile]
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the more I look, the more I expect a rider to appear and roar off on the bike!
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