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#574493 - 03/01/10 01:25 AM Re: How many Airheads in the house? [Re: louisvillebob]  
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1979 R100RT with 15k miles...yep 15,000.


David
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#574498 - 03/01/10 01:37 AM Re: How many Airheads in the house? [Re: Skywagon]  
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-1

Sold mine last week. Gone, but not forgotten.


2001 R1100RTP (ex-CHP)
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#575222 - 03/02/10 11:44 PM Re: How many Airheads in the house? [Re: Woodie]  
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I lucked out. I had my R75/6 for 19 years and rode it quite a bit. Then I had some unknown medical problems and couldn't ride for more than an hour. Once I got the problem resolved, I started riding again, a lot. SO I decided I needed to up grade to something newer with radial tires and fuel injection. I bought a 2000 R1100RT with 101,000 miles in mint condition from the original owner. I kept the /6 because I have sold quite a few motorcycles and wish I still had them.

At first I couldn't decide to keep the old faithful bike or not, so I let the bank decide. They gave me a loan for the "new" bike and I kept the old one. Still riding it, but not on long rides. I am now fixing it up a little. New shocks, front springs, cables, tune up and some paint. I hope to keep it a LONG time.

I love em both.

David

Last edited by David R; 03/02/10 11:45 PM.

'76 R75/6 67,000 miles
2000 R1100RT 137,000 miles. (retired)
11 Versys 11,000 miles
12 R1200R!
#575235 - 03/03/10 12:16 AM Re: How many Airheads in the house? [Re: louisvillebob]  
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One here. Bought it new in 1986. Just picked up all the parts at the paint shop today.


05 K12S
86 R65
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Newtons third law: if you want to go someplace, you have to leave something behind.


#575738 - 03/04/10 11:27 AM Re: How many Airheads in the house? [Re: UberXY]  
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Two here.. A 1984 R100RS, Last Edition, owned since new and a 1983 R100RT, 60th Anniversary project bike bought in 2004.


Eckhard Grohe
Chateauguay, Canada
98 R1100RT, Boston Green
R100RS Last Edition
R100RT 60th Anniversary Edition???
egrohe@sympatico.ca
#575758 - 03/04/10 01:16 PM Re: How many Airheads in the house? [Re: Eckhard Grohe]  
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The Swamp known as Houston
For any of ya'll airheads near Louisiana:

The Airhead Air Marshall for Louisiana has scheduled an airhead tech day for April 10, once again to be held at Bud's home on the bayou, a few miles east of Port Barre, La. See map.

I plan on leaving Houston early on Friday, 9 April and leaving Bud's early Sunday to return home. Big covered car port and lots of bunks at Bud's. Airheads from east Texas, all over Louisiana, and Alabama usually show up for a good time of wrenching - with great food and plenty of lie-swapping.

More info by contacting Ed at 985 727 0119


1987 R80RT

"There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus." Romans 8:1
#576103 - 03/05/10 08:31 PM Re: How many Airheads in the house? [Re: Mighty Manfred]  
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1984 R100RS Last Edition (yeh, right) with 20K miles.


'93 K1100LT, '96 R1100RT, '84 R100RS Last Edition, 2010 Kawasaki C-14
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#576105 - 03/05/10 08:32 PM Re: How many Airheads in the house? [Re: bmwmick]  
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The Swamp known as Houston
bmwmick,

That's beautiful bike!


1987 R80RT

"There is therefore now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus." Romans 8:1
#576106 - 03/05/10 08:34 PM Re: How many Airheads in the house? [Re: Mighty Manfred]  
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Thanks
It doesn't get out much but it's still fun. I've been spending all my time on my new toy. smile


'93 K1100LT, '96 R1100RT, '84 R100RS Last Edition, 2010 Kawasaki C-14
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#576254 - 03/06/10 04:18 AM Re: How many Airheads in the house? [Re: bmwmick]  
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Originally Posted By: bmwmick
+1


1984 R100RS Last Edition (yeh, right) with 20K miles.


Very clean, and OOOOHH so comfortable. thumbsup

Nice tank cover.

And that my friends IS sport touring.

MB>


74 R90S
98 K1200RS
03 1150RT
04 DRZ400
15 1200RTW

......and a Jeep Rubicon

BMWMOA, ABC.
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