Suzuki GT185 – 1977 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Suzuki      Year:

Suzuki GT185 – 1977

Year: 1977
Engine Size: 184
Manufacturer: Suzuki
Gears: Five-speed manual
Model: GT185
Start Type: Combo
Drive Type: Chain
Colour: Plumb
Date of 1st Registration: 18/08/2013
Mileage: 14,300


A restored 1977 Suzuki GT185. This motorcycle was discovered in shed and after 23 years of neglect was stripped and rebuilt buy the new owner.

Stripped down to the frame every part,nut and bolt has been either cleaned , refurbished or replaced.

New headstock bearings

Clutch cable

Pistons,rings and little ends

Wheel bearing

New battery

New old stock tank

New tank badges

Chain and sprockets

Fork seals

Rear shocks/springs

Some great pictures below of the motorbike before, during and after the restoration.

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BMW R35 – 1954 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: BMW      Year:

BMW R35 – 1954

Year: 1954
Power: 14
Manufacturer: BMW
Gears: Four-speed manual
Model: R35
Start Type: Kick start
Colour: White
Drive Type: Shaft
Engine Size: 350


The 350 cc single cylinder R35’s were produced after the war in the Eisenach factory in East Germany using BMW parts and following a legal case in 1950 they were then manufactured under the EMW (Eisenacher Motoren Worke) brand and they bore a distinctive red and white roundel.

A restored BMW/EMW R35 manufactured in1954.

This Motorcycle had a full restoration in 2012.

All parts were sandblasted,
New paint in the correct period White,
All bearing were replaced,
Full Engine rebuild,
New valves,
New segments,
New chrome,
New tyres,
New battery,
New exhaust.

An unusual and rare BMW/EMW R35.

Honda CB750 – 1976 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Honda      Year:

Honda CB750 – 1976

Year: 1976
Exterior Color: Burgundy
Make: Honda
Engine Size: 750
Model: CB
Start Type: Combo
Drive Type: Chain


Restored 1976 Honda CB750 .
No detail was overlooked on this one.

Body
New Paint and graphics
Tank Re-coated
Original Chrome Fenders
New OEM NOS Seat
Tool Bag under seat
New OEM Grips
Front Forks Polished
Engine Side Covers Polished
Engine Valve Cover Polished
Rear Brake Polished

Engine
Top End just redone
New OEM Honda Head Gasket
New OEM Honda Valve Cover Gasket
New OEM Honda left and right side engine gaskets
All Engine gaskets replaced with OEM Honda parts
Valves Adjusted
Cam Chain Tension Adjusted
New OEM Points Plate
New OEM Points / Condensor
Timing Adjusted
Petcock Rebuilt
New Fuel Hose
Carburettors Rebuilt
Carbs Synced

Driveline
New Front Tire
New Rear Tire
New Chain
New Battery
Front Forks Rebuilt
Front Brake Caliper Rebuilt

A great restoration of this Honda CB750 Motorcycle, one of the first true Superbikes.

Honda CB77 Superhawk – 1966 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Honda      Year:

Honda CB77 Superhawk – 1966

Year: 1966
Colour: Blue/ Silver
Make: Honda
Engine Size: 305
Model: CB77
Mileage: 17,684
Drive Type: Chain
Start type: Combo


A restored 1966 Honda CB77 Superhawk 305.

This Motorcycle was restored over a two year period and has just been completed after being sat in a shed for 35 years.

The following work was done:

Engine – Complete overhaul. Cylinders were bored out and Wiseco 60.50 mm pistons installed, all 4 valve seats. New O-rings, seals, bushings, and bearings. New engine mount bolts. New tachometer cable, throttle cable, and speedometer cable. Engine side covers were primed and painted.

Carburettors – Complete overhaul, rebuilt using Keyster carb kit, new idle jets. New air intake tubes, breather lines, fuel lines. Petcock was rebuilt with new seals, o-rings, screen, and NOS petcock bowl. Fuel tank is free of any rust and has a new fuel cap and rubber gasket. An NOS cork fuel cap gasket also comes with the bike.

Transmission/ Clutch – Complete overhaul. New clutch plates and friction discs, springs, seals, and O-rings. New 14 mm bushing C installed. New clutch cable, clutch actuator arm, spring. New 32 tooth rear sprocket and 530×96 rear drive chain.

Frame/ body – All parts were bead blasted, primed, and painted to match Honda’s original blue and silver color combination (DuPont Imron 63203 UH and 4504 OU).Centerstand and kickstand were painted black. Other parts were polished or plated appropriately. Re-chromed parts include the front fork seal holders, fork ribs, engine valley cover, exhaust pipe collar, fuel tank side panels, rear shock covers and mounting nuts. New AllBalls tapered steering head bearings, front fork oil seals, All NOS rubber grips, foot pegs, throttle grip pipe, new gaskets and grommets. New flat handlebars.

Electrics – The wiring harness was removed and inspected. All connections were clipped and given new connectors. NOS left and right forward control switches, NOS rectifier, new battery, battery mat, NOS battery tie down strap, ground cable, bulbs all around, new sealed beam headlight, NOS brake sensor switch. The speedometer/ tachometer unit was refurbished. It shows 17,684 miles and operates and looks like its brand new.

Ignition – New points installed and timed, NGK spark plug wires and plugs, NOS condenser. The bike fires on either the touch of the button or a single kick.

Wheels/ Brakes – Still has the original “DID” wheels, spokes, and spoke nipples. The wheels were trued and tires balanced. New rim strips, tubes and tires; Front – Avon Roadrider 90/90 Rear – Avon Roadrider 100/90. New Vesrah front and rear brakes, brake springs, brake return springs, brake cam dust seals, and front and rear brake cables. The inside of the brake hubs look as good as the outside and the brakes operate as if they’re brand new. New wheel bearings front and rear.

Exhaust – These are the bike’s original mufflers and exhaust pipes.

An excellent restoration of this early Honda.

Kawasaki H2 750 – 1974 Restored Motorcycle

Manufacturer: Kawasaki      Year:

Kawasaki H2 750 – 1974

Year: 1974
Engine Size: 750
Make: Kawasaki
Mileage: 19,000
Colour: Green
Drive Type: Chain
Start Type: Kick start


This 1974 H2-B 750 Mach IV is a bike that has been painstakingly restored.

This was a complete frame up restoration by the third owner of this motorcycle.

The motor was done by Ron Reichert from Purple Haze Racing. Assembly was completed by Ron in his Lakewood Colorado facility.

The build included the following items:

Complete Stage II PHR engine rebuild that included PHR Milled Heads, decked and ported cylinders ,
3 replaced gears,
Top & Bottom End bearing replacement (seals, pins and thrust washers),
PHR Pro Street Crank,
New Shift Forks,
Back Cut &Re-Shimmed gears,
Roller Clutch Pusher,
Spec II Engineering Extra Clutch Plate Kit,
New OEM Oil Pump,
All Oil lines replaced,
Clear Ceramic Coated Cases,
Intake Manifolds replaced,
34mm GP Mikuni’s.
Powder coated Frame,
Custom made Spec II Engineering Chambers,
Pingel Fuel Petcock,
H4 Halogen Headlight Kit,
Chromed Billet Front Fork Brace,
Tapered Steering Head Bearings,
Bronze swing Arm Bushings to reduce chassis flex,
Drilled Front Rotor with Brembo Pads,
Braided Stainless Steel Front Brake Lines,
Cables Replaced,
Master Cylinder Rebuilt,
New Battery,
New Seat,
Gas and Side cover Rubber Grommets replaced,
Shawa Pro Stock Rear Shocks,
Laser Aligned Wheels,
K & N Chrome Filters,
RK X Ring Chain,
Fork Sliders replaced and Schraeder Valves Installed,
Superbike Bars,
Kawasaki Gel Grips,
SunRim 6000 series Aluminum rims,
Complete Electrical System Rebuild- New Rectifier and rebuilt Stator.

Old Stock Parts included:
Rear Shocks,
Original Mirrors,
Front Rotor,
Rear Grab Rail,
Stator,
Fuel Petcock,
Gas Cap,
Kick Start,
Rear Brake Pedal,
Chain lube reservoir,
Oil pump.

A really great Kawasaki with some nice modifications.