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They reckon to be classified as classic it's 30years old. 

What bikers here have bikes that are 30 years old or more. 

 

I have 2 a Wave and this year my Fireblade.

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42 minutes ago, papa al said:

In for 3:

1991 Aprilia Climber, modified bigly

1985 & 1986 Yamaha TY350s.

Yams getting on for vintage. 😂

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13 minutes ago, VocalNeal said:

1989 NSR 250

Need photo for sure.

pls.

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Thanks so far to you guys contributing. 

How about some pictures of those bikes.

Especially the NC30/400 what screamer. 

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18 minutes ago, In the jungle said:

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You can see where the Blade got it's looks from. 👍

 

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I purchased a Suzuki FR 80 in Ubon long time ago, it has never been used for 20 + years and parked at the house, anyone know someone who would be interested drop me a PM.

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Anybody interested in classic bikes could do worse than visit the Bikers Restaurant between Sattahip and Bang Chan, here a couple the owner has on display.

 

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^ ^

Would have been but I bought one of these.

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12 minutes ago, In the jungle said:

Carb looks fairly chonky.

Bought from a market in Rayong. I believe it should be on a NSR125/150 but it seemed to run OK.  

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3 minutes ago, Wobblybob said:

Anybody interested in classic bikes could do worse than visit the Bikers Restaurant between Sattahip and Bang Chan, here a couple the owner has on display.

 

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How old are they. 

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4 minutes ago, VocalNeal said:

^ ^

Would have been but I bought one of these.

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What dat. 🤗

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Just now, Kwasaki said:

How old are they. 

I have no idea, but here's another couple, one with the date on it. Nobody on here not know their age? Sorry I cannot be more helpful but I am not a biker as such.

 

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12 minutes ago, Issanman said:

How about cool bikes we once owned but no longer own?

Is that OK?

I have pictures. 

Threads about classic owned or previously owed. 

Please post pix by all means. 👍👍

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16 minutes ago, Wobblybob said:

I have no idea, but here's another couple, one with the date on it. Nobody on here not know their age? Sorry I cannot be more helpful but I am not a biker as such.

 

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They are classic for sure. 

 

There were a couple of guys here who were biker owners of old Triumphs but sadly left TV.

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14 hours ago, In the jungle said:

1990 Honda NC30 VFR400R

I had one of them, I loved it. But I gave up and sold it because it was impossible to get any spare parts.

How about you? Do you get the parts which you need?

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1 minute ago, OneMoreFarang said:

I had one of them, I loved it. But I gave up and sold it because it was impossible to get any spare parts.

How about you? Do you get the parts which you need?

I probably have not ridden it for five years or more.

 

I haven't needed anything other than service items which I got from a Honda dealer in the UK or a dealer in Hong Kong when I worked there.  I do remember that the unusual spark plugs foul fairly easily and cannot be brought back to life.  A pain when they are about a hundred quid a set.

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