WOW! there's a sight you aren't going to see in the US unless there's an event to bring them out.
Why wasn't the 75'SS in the line-up?
Looks like a fun day!
Yeah, I remember when my '74 GT was dead the day of a big "all clubs" meet. Totally dead. Nothing. HAD to be electrical. Didn't have time to figure it out so took another bike instead. Looked at it a few days later and, um, yeah... they run better when the kill switch is set to "run". Started first kick once that was addressed.Like all good bevels the 75 had a electrical problem when we went to head out ...
That's awesome. I've only ever seen a true SS in the wild once, when I was in Italy for the Motogiro.Hi Ron the green frame is the real deal it looks absolutely fantastic on the road it has the sweetest sounding motor ,he was able to buy it with all the original sales dockets it's a real gem and he dosn't mind using it either.
there will soon be 5We took these bikes out today in the Bay to Birdwood run we have here in Adelaide and the weather was wet and cold we had Andy who is a forum member here join us on his 75 900 ss it was fantastic riding through the Adelaide hills on the 75 750 ss (which belongs to the owner of the green frame) with a 74 750 ss and a 75 900 ss it sounded fantastic and the crowds seemed to love it .
I forgot my camera unfortunatly but the bikes looked fantastic parked together I would say it would be a rare site seeing these three bikes in one spot ,like I said it was a cold wet day and it was great to get home and warm up but it was worth it.
Hey Steve,forgot to say-hay bruce--hows the new wheels goin-----hope riding season is still open for you