Work in progress


Information and questions on GL1200 Goldwings (1984-1987)
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Sparky4017
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Motorcycle: 83 goldwing aspencade 1100
95 BMW 750 (The Flying Brick)
84 goldwing aspencade 1200 SOLD

Work in progress

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Here it is my new to me work in progress ready for a maiden voyage when it quits raining and the wind drops below 40mph 84 Aspencade







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twocams
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Motorcycle: 1985 GL1200 Aspencade ( sold in Canada), 2003 K1200GT BMW, 1969 R69S BMW,92 R100 RT BMW
Sold : 84 V65 Magna, 82 Moto Guzzi, XS 1100 Yamaha,84 Wing Int., 80 650 Special, Only new bike 82 XV750 Virago (Guam),Honda 250,84 R100RT BMW,87 K100 LT BMW,93 K1100 LT BMW, 91 535 Virago, Honda 50

Re: Work in progress

Post by twocams »

Looks a little DULL. Why not put some wax on her and make her shine? :shock:

Sparky4017
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Motorcycle: 83 goldwing aspencade 1100
95 BMW 750 (The Flying Brick)
84 goldwing aspencade 1200 SOLD

Re: Work in progress

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I'm getting there 8-)

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MiWinger51
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Motorcycle: 2006 GL 1800 HPNA (Grey Ghost)
1987 GL1200A Aspencade Sold in 2018 to a collector.
1972 CB500 four (sold long ago, too bad)

Re: Work in progress

Post by MiWinger51 »

Nice job, here is my 87 Aspencade. It is all original except for one replacement mirror


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Sparky4017
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Joined: Tue Jan 24, 2017 10:04 pm
Location: Enid Oklahoma
Motorcycle: 83 goldwing aspencade 1100
95 BMW 750 (The Flying Brick)
84 goldwing aspencade 1200 SOLD

Re: Work in progress

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Very nice ride I went from the 83 to the 84 big change 8-)

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MiWinger51
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1987 GL1200A Aspencade Sold in 2018 to a collector.
1972 CB500 four (sold long ago, too bad)

Re: Work in progress

Post by MiWinger51 »

I imagine it was quite a difference. I bought a 2006 Audio Comfort Navi last August. What a difference that was! Both bikes are great rides, but the balance on the 1800 is superior.


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