Now that the AS2J is completed work on the CS5 can start, So far the engine is just in place in the frame but it”ll progress quickly in the days and weeks to come.
And it’s done! The blue AS2J is completed, the last finishing touches to it was NOS exhausts and also a brand new unused seat. All that”s missing is one of the rear view mirrors, and that’s close enough for it to be called completed.
It’s just stunning to see, for now you’ll have to make do with these images, but the gallery of it will be ready in a week or two.
Update 23/10 2007
The gallery is up
Hello again folks.
We’ve got a lot of new stuff for you today. The last pictures of the Kawasaki Mach IV has finally been added and on top of that some information on its restoration (or rather some information on where you can find information on its restoration).
There’s a new update on the blue AS2J, it’s about as close to completion as it can get without actually being completed.
And finally, a new bike has been added to the collection, a red AS3 restored by Peter Spicer (More pictures are on their way). The bike is in excellent condition and fully functional, it runs like clockwork. Enjoy the updates!
The AS2J is so close to completion now that you can almost taste it, almost all the parts are here and ready to go on it, just waiting for the rear fender to get back from Smethurst. As soon as the AS2J is done the CS5 will go on the bench, so hopefully we”ll have two new shiny bikes in the next month or so.