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Old 02-01-2013, 04:42 AM   #1
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1978 kv75 project

Hey all, just wanted to share a little project that I decided to start. The bike is a 1978 kv75 that I picked up for a song. It was running according to the owner, but I have decided to strip it down and restore it. Just though this could be a good thread to discuss other restoration projects that people have done.
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Cool little bike! Brings back some funny memories of when I was young, my friend had one of those and I had a KM100, we swapped bikes and I somehow ended up riding his bike into a ditch and had it completely submerged We somehow got it out of the ditch and got it running, though not well! I like the style of the kv at it reminds me alot of the trail 70 which was my first bike. Look forward to seeing your progress!
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My brother had one when we were kids. He traded his atari 2600 for it, we had a blast with that thing! His was green. Good find.
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