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http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI.dll ... 0614422102

He has listed it as a 67 which it is clearly not but still interesting.

tank looks 1970 on, front drum brake with the larger chrome guard looks 1969, rear guard which is not fitted but does carry the same rego number as the front guard is also the early pre 70 type and although it is chrome the 69 did not have that type guard.

He has also described it as a black bomber, to my mind the only black bombers were 65 thru 68, all after were K series.

your thoughts.
 

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netbikes said:
http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=110614422102

He has listed it as a 67 which it is clearly not but still interesting.

tank looks 1970 on, front drum brake with the larger chrome guard looks 1969, rear guard which is not fitted but does carry the same rego number as the front guard is also the early pre 70 type and although it is chrome the 69 did not have that type guard.

He has also described it as a black bomber, to my mind the only black bombers were 65 thru 68, all after were K series.

your thoughts.
It's a standard Australian 1969 K2.... ;)
 

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I had a 69 model about 15 years ago, the rear guard was flatter and the tank was squarer with chrome panels, and in 1970 I bought a new CB350, which also had the squarer tank (2 tone colour but no panels or knee rubbers) but the new for 1970 450 on display in the shop, Russ Egan's at Wynumn had the rounder tank.
 

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I had a 69 model about 15 years ago, the rear guard was flatter and the tank was squarer with chrome panels, and in 1970 I bought a new CB350, which also had the squarer tank (2 tone colour but no panels or knee rubbers) but the new for 1970 450 on display in the shop, Russ Egan's at Wynumn had the rounder tank.
As i said Chris, It's a 1969 K2 and all the parts are correct, having owned 3 1969 K2's I'm a little familiar with them. The chrome panels were from the K1.
 
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