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Thread: Which Modern bikes will become Classics?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jogo View Post
    To me the Yamaha SR500 is a nice classic. It was introduced at a time when bike got faster and faster, had more and more "features". The SR500 stood out as beautiful (to me) classic bike even back then.
    I has an SR500E back around 85

    I wish I still had it
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    My future classics

    I bought all of these because I thought they would become future classics, which I think they will. The SP2 is for sale though. Sorry, don't know why some of the have capsized
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    Quote Originally Posted by nightflight61 View Post
    The SP2 is for sale
    I KNOW......and it's bloody haunting me !!!!!........

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