'52 Triumph 6T/Thunderbird. Bought it in a basket in 1967, still gets me down the road . . . . . . . beersandbikes write me.
Hello everyone, Just signed in ... ( a Honda CM400 I just finish building)
Sound, runs on 1cyl. But still it gives an idea. ;-) https://photos.app.goo.gl/yvw3KsuYjguPbRxB219-02-2018 04:42:58
Thanks for the comments guys, It's well appreciated. The only sound I have of it was taken with only one cylindre running. :-/17-02-2018 01:17:53
I'd love to hear that thing run! Any chance of posting a video? That exhaust is wild. Very cool bike.09-02-2018 19:34:22
Nice bike. I really like exhaust!08-02-2018 16:19:11
Hey V8 Doug, Welcome! Great looking cafe. Love the tail fairing!08-02-2018 06:21:07
Hope this site takes off! I need to free up some room in the shop for the bikes in progress upstairs.
Hey! Now that’s a good looking shop of toys!02-02-2018 07:39:48
1955 Harley KHRM, like the site, truly enjoy the Vintage Bikes!
I got this bike from an old friend of mine that bought it new, there are lots of pictures at Jack Pine, Daytona in the sand, Peninsula Hill Climbs, various enduro races through out Ohio, MI, PA IN, number of period trophies, lots of extra motor parts, special tools, owners manual, service manual, original title along with the bike is a complete Hill Climb Roller, he would take the motor out of the stock frame place it in the Hill Climb frame and go run the local hill climbs, there are pictures and video of that also, I have had the bike 15 years or so had it painted as close to the original Anniversary Yellow as we could, really would like some original paint tank & fenders but haven't found anything yet? Other than paint the bike is all original, i'm sure there have been some replacement parts through the years do to the fact that this was raced crashed flipped and enjoyed most of it life! Long live the K-Model!!!03-02-2018 15:35:06
Very good. I’m not a huge Harley guy but I do love these old machines. I’m with Paul, would love to know about the history of this bike. How did you come across such a rare bike?03-02-2018 14:58:55
Super rare bike! Wow, good to see this machine. Thank you for sharing. How long have you had this beauty? What’s the history?03-02-2018 14:53:04
Hello OldBikeGuy! The shocks are unique to the KHRM, this bike is all original down to the cables, grips, tires all the correct parts, except paint! There where 77 KHRM manufactured, the only 2 others I am aware of, 1-at Wheels Through Time & 1-at Barber.02-02-2018 16:26:49
Very nice! Is this all original? Looking at those rear shocks. They are funky! Are they correct?02-02-2018 07:42:13
My '74 Z1, owned it since 1983.
Nice little collection of bikes. Thanks for sharing them with us.19-01-2018 07:26:22
Hoping this place takes off! Here are a few of my own bikes.
@chuck356- welcome to the site. We hope it takes off as well. We built it with guys like you in mind. Drop a line with any questions or comments. Thanks for sharing your bikes! ~The Motoauct Team19-01-2018 07:18:11
Anyone out there wish to discuss British Bikes? been doing this since 1982, worked in most areas of the industry. Currently working as a full time Brit mechanic. Happy to chat about most anything. What do you think?
I've had a few, still have a '60 Golden Flash A10.17-02-2018 01:20:55
uh, make that "repair shop."03-02-2018 15:10:31
Today the repair is so full I can barely walk through. It's only February. That's good right?03-02-2018 15:02:44
Hey Todd, great to see you on here. We’ll definitely be in touch. Are you in the states or over the pond? Looking forward to watching this cool site grow. I’m thinking we are some of the first.17-01-2018 16:05:52
Also, Todd, You should announce the club—-seeing that it is the first one to be started on this site!17-01-2018 06:37:03
Ready to chat about bikes any time you are!16-01-2018 22:02:27
Hello Motoauct, just registered. Looks like a very nice site and concept. Hope to be here often. Thanks Todd
Todd, Thanks for joining the site! Feel free to reach out with any questions. ---The Motoauct Team04-01-2018 20:58:01
I just read about Motoauct in my newest edition of Motorcycle Classics....and I must say I'm intrigued. I like others have used eBay and Craigslist with poor results. I do have 5 bikes from my collection now for sale...maybe it's time I give Motoauct a try with my restored 1974 Kawasaki Z1
Very Nice!28-12-2017 04:09:31
Beautiful restoration on your Z1!!27-12-2017 23:32:27