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"Barn treasure"? That is an understatement!
2nd one from left: 1973 Honda CB 450.
I don't know first thing about motorcycles - even less about the afterlife - but I think that might be a version of Valhalla for a lot of people.
tfhr just like you I don't know squat about bikes. Owned a couple of dirt bikes in my yute. In one of those "what were you thinking" moments I'm on my way this morning to pick up two that I bought Saturday. One's a Victory sumthin or another the other is a HD Sportster.
I'm not much of a bike person, but that's like totally awesome.
When I saw that my eyes went as big as saucers.
I ran across a warehouse that had BSA's, Triumph's, Bridgestone's, Amichi's, Bultaco, Derbi, and a lot of Japanese bikes in the early 90's. Most of them were junk. I was able to piece together enough working parts to get a 70 Triumph Bonneville into re-buildable shape. It $200 for 4 doner bikes, countless hours, and another $2500 in machining and parts to get a mostly 1970 Bonneville Bobber into reliable street legal condition. I had it for a year and a half where a guy made me an offer I couldn't refuse at a Daytona Bike Week.
That looks like Toad's place. He has two sheds like this and stuff strewn all around outside as well. Makes for an interesting visit.
Wow! Talk about a biker's paradise....
Honda Trail 70 here I come!