Not your average GL1000 rebuild project


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Not your average GL1000 rebuild project

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This guy had a different vision for his 1977 GL1000...






https://silodrome.com/goldwing-custom-d ... of-london/



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It's ok, I guess. :?
I'm not so sure about an inner child, but I have an inner idiot that surfaces every now and then.. :mrgreen:

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Nice Show bike, Looks like something you would see on TV.
2003 Goldwing GL1800 with CSC Cobra trike kit.
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That tank looks designed to slice off your manhood as soon as you brake too hard! It should certainly focus your attention!


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