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(61) Konrad Ganter
Wed, 11 May 2011 11:45:11

Beautiful Bikes

(60) Alicia
Fri, 4 March 2011 02:34:53

Aqui estsmos restaurando una as3 y su pagina nos ha servido de gran ayuda gracias y adelante espero mas informacion si es posible para comprar piezas que aca no se consiguen saludos Alicia

(59) Paul
Sun, 26 December 2010 17:22:19

Hi have you by any chance done a rd400 d 77 model rebuild step by step as i need help with my rebuild thanks ps all advice welcome

(58) Geoff Brown
Mon, 20 December 2010 19:04:17

Hi what an amazing selection of bikes, I am presently renovating a YAS1C but I wonder if I can ever get it as good as any of yours. Your site has been great for helping me to get to grips with what I need to do, great job well done.

(57) Nigel Willoughby
Sun, 21 November 2010 14:37:59

Hello, great site you have with many great bikes. I have a collection of yamahas from 1958 to 1992. I am Chairman of Yamaha Classic Motorcycle Club formally known as VYOC I have amongst them a prototype as2J and some as2c models, keep up the good work, and well done.

(56) Per Brandt
Fri, 12 November 2010 00:12:41
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Hi guys,
You've got some nice bikes there! Very similar set up to myself over here in the UK. I own a restorations company called "Two Wheeled Classics" and we restore mainly 70's Jap and Italian bikes. We have just bought in a job lot of 3xAS1's, CS2E, and a RD200A and a large hoard of mostly NOS & used AS1 parts. I am also the Chairman of the YAMAHA FS1-E OWNERS CLUB with over 275 subscribed and active members already since our launch just over 12 months ago. All the best & bye for now! Per

(55) Gilles Patrux
Fri, 5 November 2010 02:49:03

Your site is a dream. What you're doing lies between EXCELLENT and PERFECT.

(54) Mario Alvare
Sun, 31 October 2010 11:01:20

Hi, just bought myself a 69 AS2C and starting the long restoration process. Looking to see if anyone has a service manual and parts, preferably some GYT pipes and any GYT kit items. What are some good places to buy misc items for this bike? thanks for the help. Mario

(53) Gareth
Mon, 25 October 2010 18:41:16

Hi Joacim,
Your museum is looking good.

(52) Lyle McDonald
Thu, 7 October 2010 01:25:24

Hi Guys Can someone tell me what is the differance between a YAS1C and a AS1C? Also, I'm restoring a '68 AS1C and need a replacement shifter in reasonably good condition. Do anyone have an old one kicking around?