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Hi, I live in the St Louis area and have recently restored a 71 SL350 in addition to a CB77 and currently a 1973 Yamaha DT3.
There appears to be a lot of great info on here.
 

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Welcome... we like our vintage twins, but we like pictures of everyone's vintage twins even more! Good to see another SL350 and CB77 in the mix too... what you need now is a DOHC 450 to round out the best of Honda's twins of the '60s and early '70s. and as we say around here - pics, or it didn't happen :D
 

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I like all of em, and am also especially fond of SOHC and Nighthawk fours. I love the maintenence free and or easy valve setting of the SOHC. Shims are just more trouble than I really wanna deal with and fortunately for me Honda made a lot of fine bikes without the need for that. Not to mention the V4s of which I've never owned but would like to. Welcome.

But yeah, the simplicity of thumpers and twins, and small bikes, I definitely have a lot of love for those too.
 

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Discussion Starter · #4 · (Edited)
I've added the upsidedown photo of the SL on my first post.
In addition to the SL350, I have these


1970 BMW R75/5

1973 YAMAHA DT3

1974 YAMAHA DT250

2 MATCHING 1980 CUSTOM YAMAHA SR250'S

1982 HONDA GL500 SILVERWING-CAFE'D OUT (in progress)

1980 SACHS MOPED-when the need for speed occurs
CB77 (restored and sold)
 

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