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    Junior Member terecha's Avatar
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    Nov 2016
    Sold. Goes to David Silver Museum
    Everybody could see the bike here:
    The David Silver Honda Collection motorcycle museum

    I am sure the bike will be in good hands, but at the same time my heart is bleeding. Goodbye MF

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    Supporting Member David Babbitt's Avatar
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    Jun 2011
    Renton, WA
    After seeing those excellent videos at David Silver's web site, I think the right person bought your fine motorcycle.

    By the way, I think where his museum/shop is located isn't far from Molesworth AFB that my dad flew out of in WWII as a waist gunner on a B17. 9 missions.

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    Senior Member jseconds77's Avatar
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    hello forum friends,

    My newest client is GNARLY Magazine, a print publication dedicated to the world of kustom kulture. We're going to be featuring this bike in the near future! So...if you dig lowbrow artists, kustom kulture/bikes, and the general DIY spirit...please visit

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    Super Moderator ancientdad's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by jseconds77 View Post
    Fine for most of us J, but not so much for the younger crowd that is part of this forum with their parents. I'm sure you saw the lower left of the home page... being outrageous these days has been taken to a level beyond what is necessary IMO

    CL450 project reboot, street legal this time
    Budget drag bike project
    CB350K1 full patina project
    Ride along at the drag strip

    running points... because I'm too old for mysteries that begin with pushing

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    Junior Member 10mmsocket's Avatar
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    near Heathrow, London
    I was at the David Silver museum just yesterday. The bike is already on display - looked mint.

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