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1976 Honda Z50j1 Restored

1976 Honda Z50j1 Restored
1976 Honda Z50j1 Restored 1976 Honda Z50j1 Restored 1976 Honda Z50j1 Restored 1976 Honda Z50j1 Restored Prior to disassembly During disassembly During disassembly During disassembly 45 yrs of grime on the cases Cases after a bit of elbow grease Old vs new (oil pump cam gear) Engine assembly Completed engine New old stock fenders New old stock split rims in cloud silver The original forks with blinker ears mounted New electrical system Original fork after 2pac parakeet yellow During assembly During assembly New tank painted During assembly
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General Info Additional Info
Model Year 1976
Brand Honda
Model Other
Engine Size 50
Engine Type 4-Stroke
Parts Brand Model Additional info
Tires Bridgestone Trail wing
Chain DID
Additional Info Bike is a 1976 Honda Z50j1 Had the bike for around 30 years, it was my first motorcycle. Bike was used by myself and my sister to learn and ride, after we both grew out of the bike it became the rouse-about for the property. It was used and abused until one day the engine stopped and locked up. The cam chain had given way. The bike then sat in the shed for 15 years or so before I decided I wanted to get it running again. I started accumulating parts over the next couple of years, stripped the bike and engine. Had the frame, swingarm, headlight bucket etc painted in 2 pac gloss black. The new tank and fork were colour matched to the original parakeet yellow. The decals were applied to the tank matching the original location then 2pac cleared over to protect them. The engine and the rest of the bike was assembled using 95% genuine new Honda parts. The plan is the get the bike registered for road use.
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