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    Exclamation 10/2019 gs1100l

    WOW, what a beauty! And to own it from new, a true feat. congrats on BOTM.
    1981 GS750L (sold)
    1981 GS750L (current)
    1978 Yamaha RD400 (RD = Race Development)
    1981 Honda CT70 (86+ MPG at WOT most of the time)
    1983 GS1100GL (needs work: update, gone to a new home)
    1956 Simplex (with a TS250 motor)
    1985 GS1150E (Hammer Time!!)
    1998 1200 Bandit (Rattler)
    1980 GS1100L (Janice)
    Do I continue?

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    This looks like the bike of Loto. Beautiful job LOTO, but I have to ask, why didn't you bring it to Farmington a couple of weeks ago so those of us in attendance could see it before the BOTM was declared?
    Larry

    '79 GS 1000E
    '93 Honda ST 1100 SOLD-- now residing in Arizona.
    '18 Triumph Tiger 800 (gone too soon)
    '19 Triumph Tiger 800 Christmas 2018 to me from me.

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    Sweet bike, when I was a young teen with my GS450L I'd dream that it could be its big brother. That L does look stunning, all the right lines.
    1981 Suzuki GS250T
    1982 Yamaha Seca Turbo
    1985 Suzuki GS550E
    2004 Suzuki GSF1200S

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    Very pretty bike Terry!
    79' GS850GN
    79' GS1000N
    79' GS1000EN
    81' GS1100EX

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    Just wondering, Where are the actual photos of the bikes?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pattiwack View Post
    Just wondering, Where are the actual photos of the bikes?
    On the front page...
    https://www.thegsresources.com/
    ---- Dave
    79 GS850N - Might be a trike soon.
    80 GS850T Single HIF38 S.U. SH775, Tow bar, Pantera II. Gnarly workhorse & daily driver.
    79 XS650SE - Pragmatic Ratter - goes better than a manky old twin should.
    92 XJ900F - Fairly Stock, for now.

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    Awesome!! I’ve got a long way to go!
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    Steedracer
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    1980 GS1100LT......
    1974 Yamaha DT360 Enduro
    1975 Kawasaki KE125
    1973 Kawasaki G4TR
    1967 Honda Cub 50

  8. #8
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grimly View Post
    On the front page...
    https://www.thegsresources.com/
    Oh wow, i didn't even know there was a front page.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by pattiwack View Post
    Oh wow, i didn't even know there was a front page.....
    I know, it's been so long since I used it I had to figure out how to get there
    ---- Dave
    79 GS850N - Might be a trike soon.
    80 GS850T Single HIF38 S.U. SH775, Tow bar, Pantera II. Gnarly workhorse & daily driver.
    79 XS650SE - Pragmatic Ratter - goes better than a manky old twin should.
    92 XJ900F - Fairly Stock, for now.

    Only a dog knows why a motorcyclist sticks his head out of a car window

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    Just under 4000 miles on it? Amazing.
    Kevin
    E-Bay: gsmcyclenut
    "Communism doesn't work because people like to own stuff." Frank Zappa

    1978 GS750(x2 "projects"), 1983 GS1100ED (slowly becoming a parts bike), 1982 GS1100EZ,
    Now joined the 21st century, 2013 Yamaha XTZ1200 Super Tenere.

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