From the photo comments section:
Hey guys, thanks for the photo salute. I spent over a year specifically designing and CAD rendering all the bodywork parts for this. All the parts were then produced in my shop and are currently for sale on my website.
I don’t want to drop names but my current bike project will be seen in the Cafe Racer Mag. next issue. David Ashenbrener
From “riding Into History”…
Matt Machine sent me the kind of note I love to get… Especially when it involves his Guzzi.
Hey Steve, hope your well mate,,….
hope you liked the Guzzi I just finished….came out great…fast too….keep up the good work mate…
So I strolled on over to his always excellent site and lo and behold…
Damm that is sweet… Head on over there for lots more pics and all the delicious details..
Phil Day sends in this beauty:
Here’s another VF1000R Interceptor for comparison with the two recently
posted. This is mine, a 1986 VF1000RG model, UK spec in original Rothman colours.
Wow that’s nice! Thanks for the pics Phil!
An a nice Ducati Bonus photo that he included in the e-mail. Phil if you’d like to elaborate on the Duck drop me a line! Great Stuff!
Like I said, sometimes the best bikes at the shows are in the parking lot..
Thanks to Reader Bill Hunt for this perfect bike for the Memorial Day weekend. A 1976 Honda CB550 painted in Army green!
Noud from Holland writes in with this exquisite Cafe thumper build.
I really like the photo’s Ive seen , Maybe i can make a contribution with some pictures of mine 1980 SR500 Yamaha.
It kept me off the street for the last 10 months but now its time to take him out.
Hopefully you like them.
Really Really nice bike. Congratulations!
This SR500 has appeared a few times on here through various stages of development. I love the shot of the lockup clutch under the clear cover.