Found this one advertised as a 305 Scrambler- (it's really a 1961 or 62 305 Superhawk). While I was talking to the guy, he mentioned he had an old Kawasaki triple. Hmmmmmm. Tell me more.
They both run, but he's got the wheel off the yellow one, and he's got the body work off the red one. I asked about Gus Kuhn, he didn't recognize the name, but he said it was pretty SPENDY!greggski said:did he say if the body work on the red commando was made by gus kuhn? Do they run? if so they may be worth some money.Great find. gregg
Its nice looking bodywork,I think Gus Kuhn made body work for cb750s and some trump stuff also. He also offered some engine mod stuff for that bike. They make great road rockets from what i've read. Are you going to try to get any of that stuff beside the superhawk? GreggJEB said:They both run, but he's got the wheel off the yellow one, and he's got the body work off the red one. I asked about Gus Kuhn, he didn't recognize the name, but he said it was pretty SPENDY!
Why does all of the good stuff seem to pop up in Texas or Cali...
Wish I could get in on this.
I dig finding old shit in a barn. Nothing more exciting than seeing a wheel sticking out of a dark corner, like catching a glimpse of short skirt out the corner of your eye.joeycarpunk said:Cool finds, my BSA was a barn find. Was talking to a lady at work and she mentions her husbands bike that has been parked for the last 10 years. 70's chopped BSA A5o Royal Star, I now own it.