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Keeping things original

 
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Lusa
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2017 5:38 am    Post subject: Keeping things original Reply with quote

Trying to post a picture of my CB900C so that I can get some advise. Are the non chrome metal, the dull aluminum looking parts. Are they actually aluminum? From reading older posts it says they can be polished. I was going to do a vynil wrap on the tank and fenders but after I've been cleaning and polishing I thinks it's perfect as is. So I guess I have a restoration project.
I see I can't post a picture and will after to work on that.
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fasterspider
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2017 7:42 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

You can post an image if you use a host like Photobucket or similar.
You really need to take your CB900C over to the www.cb750c.com where the 900C is pretty much king even with a 750 in the site's name.
I have been with both of these web sites since their inception and know the 900C as good as or better than most and really enjoy saving them from neglect.

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Lusa
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PostPosted: Wed Jun 14, 2017 7:51 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

fasterspider wrote:
You can post an image if you use a host like Photobucket or similar.
You really need to take your CB900C over to the www.cb750c.com where the 900C is pretty much king even with a 750 in the site's name.
I have been with both of these web sites since their inception and know the 900C as good as or better than most and really enjoy saving them from neglect.


Thank you very much, heading over now.
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