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Build Harley Davidson Street 750 CafeRacer at India Bike Week 2015
Build Harley Davidson Street 750 CafeRacer at India Bike Week 2015 Revealed in its first phase at the Harley Rock Riders festival in Mumbai late last year, the custom Street 750 designed by Rajputana Customs will be back. While the initial version was a more organic, old-school themed custom version of the popular Street 750, motorcycle, the latest incarnation will be a brand new, radically designed bike, according Harley-Davidson and RCM. Reportedly, Rajputana Customs had unveiled their new bike based on Harley Street 750. Bound to be called as RCM Street 750 Café Racer, the cheapest Harley-Davidson motorcycle in India found a new application to go with from Rajputana. On the designing edge, tyres were made to grow in size as against the small proportion of café racer. In fact, fuel-tank, Exhaust, rear cowl and almost every panel is changed, but since the engine is same, buyers can experience enormous torque gushing out from the machine on every throttle. Well, Rajputana Customs had created a love-it or hate-it conclusion this time too for the India Bike Week. --------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------------------ SUBSCRIBE, LIKE, COMMENT for this cool video. Thank for watching!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! --------------------------------------------------------------------------- --- - Fanpage: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Cars-Bikes/823381311070981?ref=hl - Twitter: https://twitter.com/CarsBikes3636 - Google+: https://plus.google.com/b/117775131623570689602/+CarsBikes36/posts

1964 Corvair Monza
I bought this 1987 Corvair Monza in 1987 with about 75,000 miles on the odo. I put about 22,000 miles on it during the next 5 years. By 1992 it had about 97,000 miles and the engine was tired - I swapped for a lower mileage engine. I still have the original engine, it comes with the car plus a bunch of parts. She comes with the original owner's manual, owner's protection plan, jacking instructions and the insurance card of the first owner. In addition, I have a bunch of paperwork that was accumulated through the years which documents the car's whereabouts and work performed. The Corvair was bought new in Denver, 7/23/1964 by Mary Lynn S. She apparently got married & moved to Houston where it lived for a few years. Then it was bought by a man who moved to Colorado Springs in the early 1980's. Then I bought it on August 17, 1987, put a new clutch in it and drove it, without trouble, for the next 5 years. Then she was put in covered storage until today. She runs, drives & stops. It goes straight down the road & still feels good moving. The flat six sounds nice and revs freely - just like the old days. She is much peppier than other compacts of the day - Falcons & Comets will only see your tail lights! The Corvair has almost no rust - the only area of concern is the lower left front fender where a drain must've gotten plugged up and there is some rust-out. Patch panels are made for that area, and this is the only sheet metal you will need to add. It has never been in a major accident and the trunk, floorpans and the other 3 fenders are in great shape. I have done a few things to get her back on the road - - Brand new tires - Brand new battery - Flushed & sealed the gas tank - Minor tune up - Replaced rear leaf spring bushings - Replaced the front sway bar bushings It runs decently and I think with a little work she could be roadworthy and you can drive her as you get the cosmetic things done. Update: The car has been sold - thanks for looking!