1976 YZ80C PICS Posted Now and Fixed

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beaudzzz118
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Re: 1976 YZ80C PICS Posted Now and Fixed

Postby beaudzzz118 » Wed Jan 14, 2009 6:14 pm

sweet restoration! makes me want to start on my 82 yz80 ! love that carmen electra poster ! classic.
dick
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Re: 1976 YZ80C PICS Posted Now and Fixed

Postby dick » Thu Jan 15, 2009 4:44 am

ya
love the bike, but the poster is just as sweet
Ride hard/Work hard/Stay hard
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Re: 1976 YZ80C PICS Posted Now and Fixed

Postby UP-SHIFT » Sat Apr 18, 2009 12:13 am

That thing is the shit! Well done Mr. Scott.
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Re: 1976 YZ80C PICS Posted Now and Fixed

Postby dick » Mon Apr 20, 2009 3:11 pm

Thanks bro
How is everything
comin home anytime in the near future
Ride hard/Work hard/Stay hard
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Re: 1976 YZ80C PICS Posted Now and Fixed

Postby valentind01 » Tue Oct 02, 2018 1:44 am

dick wrote:paint?
Well, if I don't have something to restore I get bored really quick
I started the shed about a week after the bike
I even have more than that done now
I painted the tuning fork up on the wall, the other 3 sides are black and white
Painted the bench and put stainless steel on them as well
Before I do something else in there to make it to nice to work in Garde Meubles Marseille , I am going to start my 1986 XT600 today
Just freshen the engine and a little paint
Not a full re-store, it is my daily rider, so I don't want to make it to nice
hahaha
If I did that, than I would have to buy another bike to ride
Once they get so shiny, I don't want to ride them

Thanks Guys for the congrats
Dick

But be careful not to use ordinary paints for the engine as this may explode or heat the engine.

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