Last edited by kbasa; 05-21-2008 at 10:15 PM.
Marin County, CA
Some bikes. Some with motors, some without.
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Love this old girl... runs like a champ, has had great care over the years... original paint on the fenders and tank, some "touching up" and repaint of frame, etc etc. All in all, a real keeper!
Vero Beach FL
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This is my 1966 R50/2.....glamour shot!
Good Morning, could you please tell me if the driver seat is a Corbin? If so their website says it fits the bike with the larger fuel tank, the one with the glove box on top. Tim
If your talking about the /2 Bobber, just got to talking to one of the guys that that knows the bike. No it's not a Corbin. He says it's some type of Denfield/Pegusa covered in leather. That's what I know.
Welcome to the forum! The picture you're referring to is from this post:
Unfortunately, that member hasn't been on the forum in nearly 3 years, so I suspect he will unlikely see this.
But I have seen this Corbin seat on other /2s with the small tank as you suggest. It fits, there is a gap from the front of the seat to the tank and the nose of the seat sits up a bit. I understand from another forum that Corbin did some extra work for him to shave the nose a bit to lessen that effect. So, it can fit as is...if you like the look.
Here's my '66. Almost finished with a basic resto. Needs fine tuning. Awful hard to get those carbs balanced, even with my $4 carb balancer tool!
I visited the Sinsheim (Germany) Technical Museum last week and, among all the planes, trains, cars and bikes, I found this...