Husqvarna Motorcycles Made In Sweden - About 1988 and older
Discussion in 'Vintage/Left Kickers' started by Coffee, Dec 28, 2008.
And tell us a bit about them...
Mine... Until the day I die, and then maybe I'll get myself buried with it..
'74 SC125. From what I gather, it was the only year for this little six-speed.
A real blast to ride!
My '83 500XC.
That , my friend , is a nice shot.... I could have imagined seeing that shot in a Husky Brochure from back in the day....
1973 Husqvarna RT 250 and 360
The RT in the back is a 360 model it is all orginal right down to its Telleborg tires. It is a blast to ride around the neighborhood, as you can see Husky has made dual purpose bike for some time.The RT in the front is a 250 model I set that one up to be an enduro. Both bike are great fun!
Other than a larger plastic tank and a blue seat cover that looks just like my old bike. Great hillclimber and gawdaffully fast.
1979 cr 390
My winter project. 1979 cr 390. Cables,controls, and shocks are next.
NIce looking project
Me on my '82 250WR at the 30th Anniversary ISDT Reunion Ride Berkshires MA 2003.....
My 83 CR 500 (which will be for sale in the spring)
1978 CR 250
1974 CR 360 Hybrid
Here's another one of me with my first Husky and couple of friends.
What brand silencer is that on the 74 hybrid. Im looking for somethink similar for my 83 250 xc.. So what are you asking for the 500..
It's a Circle F pipe and am not sure if the silencer is from them too?
Not sure on the 500 yet. It won't be cheap.
Gone but not forgotten
My '82.5 five-hunny.
Guy I sold it to says I can buy it back any time since it just sits in his office. Man, it sure gets a lot of attention!
Wicked hole shot machine, couldn't break the 4-speed but man alive it vibrated!
My '83 250CR (it's for sale)
Labor of love, rescued from a barn-like environment. You know it looks too good to just sit there, c'mon brrrrrrrrraaaaaaaaaaaaaaapppppp!!
My '82 430 CR from '07
Lots of mods like all Ti fasteners, axles, & swing arm bolt; 44mm FoxForx, Ohlins shocks 5mm longer with cross-over kit; 38mm Lectron carb with PowerJet, cut-down seat, 4-speed from 500 (same gear ratios), mild porting, VI pipe & wide pegs, JT Supercross front number plate, custom chain guide, Faulk rear fender/number plate, Excel rims w/Buchanan ss spoke & nipples, F/R hubs re-lined by Woody (freakin' stops NOW!), modern levers, and Billy Grossi replica tank.
A general statement....regarding the attached pics
When you click on the thumbnail (little pic) then it opens a picture with Cafe Husky darkened in the background - click on that pic while it is opened and it will open up a new window. In that new window click on the pic again and it will become full size and much clearer, if that is of interest to you.
Truly awesome pictures everyone
Pics are of my HVA '67 360 Viking that I restored/built for AHRMA racing and my first Husky resto attempt from about 12 years ago a model MI HVA 400 Cross "Aberg Replica". I've since sold them both
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Can we get more pics That is one nice machine..