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The Dream of Just Wandering Around The World and Dancing
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Inazuma café racer: Kawa S3 400 by Vicious Cycles

Inazuma café racer: Kawa S3 400 by Vicious Cycles | Wandering Salsero | Scoop.it

The Kawasaki S3 400cc was built from 1974 through 1975. The S3 followed the success of the other triple 2-stroke models which proved successful after the introduction of the legendary H1 "Mach III" in 1970. With the 400, which replaced the 350 S2, Kawasaki did not seek the maximum power but tried to make the S3 more exploitable that 350 S2.


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wanderingsalsero's insight:

I keep seeing this pic and I really like it.  I don't know why shops and manufacturers don't pursue this idea more.

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W650 Custom "Sevenish" by Deus California

W650 Custom "Sevenish" by Deus California | Wandering Salsero | Scoop.it

This is the 7th custom motorcycle to roll off the boutique production line at the still relatively new Deus Ex Machina USA headquarters in Venice Beach, California. It was built by head-tinkerer and US Motorcycle Design Director, Michael Woolaway for a motion picture helicopter pilot by the name of Fred North.


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I wish I could see more of this bike.  I like these kind of 'macho', classical, looking tanks.  And the chrome too...it's nice.  I've actually seen 155 cc Honda's over here in Manila with some of that treatment too. 

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Thierry's comment, February 27, 2013 11:54 AM
The chrome is beautiful, provided you have a rag with you and a bottle of Polish :)