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Simon of Ohio (NAKTC)
Bike: '73 H1D
was the year that this 2nd generation was introduced. The painted tail
section was added to give the bike a sleeker look. It did take a
chunk of time and money for mike to get this H1D to be in this
Zunz of Sarasota, Florida
Bike: '74 H1E 500
it in 1985 in rough shape. It took many years to get the bike to be in
this beautiful shape. It's best to not look back to see how much money
was spent on the restoration project.
Hellinger of California
Bike: '75 H1F
was originally from London England but now living in Huntington beach
Grant has been collecting a lot of extremely nice triples over many
as well as other non-Kawie rare bikes. Grant do sell and trade his
from time to time. Grant sent me a pic of this extraordinary 1000-mile,
original yellow H1F and I had to place it as Triple of the
too darn nice to say much more about it.
Fyske of Norway
Bike: '73 H2A
did release an H2 in the early 70s that had the color scheme just just
like the above picture, then it wouldn't be a surprise to see more of
in magazines and all over the world. Who knows, this color scheme may
the blue model. Jarle really did a terrific job modifying his triple
is pleasing to the eyes .
Bike: '72 H2
ready for this? What we have here could be one of the most rarest H2's
on earth. The fact this H2 is a very early model, dated back in
makes it very special. The second fact is this bike is gold which
mistakened for a '73 H2A. Thirdly but definitely not lasly, it is
had the engine turned over. Incredible piece of H2 legend.
Note: It is believed that this particular model was not imported to the U.S.. Most of these models are seen in Europe and Japan.
Kousignian of France
Bike: '75 H2C
one of the few triple fanatics from france and is the owner of this
H2C. H2Cs are very rare in Europe. JJ has seen some of the most
triples every produced by Millyard at a biggest vintage contest of
known as "Les coupes Moto Légende."
Hochreiter (NAKTC) of Yardley, PA
owner, with under 10K miles. Underwent mechanical restoration last year
(all paint is 100% original). Factory pipes and Harley wheel/shocks are
the only mods (still have original pipes and the airbox is on the bike).
Burton (NAKTC) of Texas
Bike: '72 H2
is Barry's 2nd entry to the NAKTC Triple of the Month. The 1st bike was
a purple '73 H2A with slight modification and was selected as Triple of
the Year 2000 runner up.
This bike is fully rebuilt from the ground up and has a stage on motor. Heads cut and reshaped, new crank pistons,3 4 mm flat slides, and original chrome Denco's. Motor by Maddog & Decals by Y.T.. Barry is likely to submit a '75 H2C as Triple of the Month in the near future. Great Job Barry!
Bike: '78 KH400
definitely seen a lot of the 750s so this 400, especially a 1978 model
year, certainly brings a change of atmosphere. At first glance,
looks like a '76 model but after viewing the graphics carefully, it's
For now, ot a lot of info from the owner but it looks great and
to a Triple of the Month. More info from owner may come later.
Bike: '75 S2 250 - 420 Quintuple
by JJK from France but no other info is attached. As we all can see,
another "mad" creation of Allen Millyard's 5-cylinder S2 (420CC). It is
in mint condition!
Additional info from actual owner(11/19.02):
I had a very good surprise on your (excellent) site : picture
Five in "Triple of the month" ! It's a friend of mine who has sent you
this pic without tell me (sorry about my bad american) !
Christian Delahaye -Email: email@example.com
Burton of Texas (NAKTC)
Bike: '75 H2C
prestine piece from Barry's collection. Totally restored H2C. Just look
at it! Let the picture speak for itself.
Peters of Canada (NAKTC)
Bike: '72 H2
landed 1st place in the "Vintage Asian" class with this restored 72 H2
at the Motorcycle Supershow, Toronto, Ontario Canada. During the
period, the bits & pieces and the skeleton of the bike were all in
Greg's living room -- now that's what "obsession" is all about.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (this
email is no good)