Hopefully I’ll get this girl shipped out to New York soon. She’s AMAZING and will be fun to ride after a little TLC!
The Interstate tank is sweet!
Made in England!
I must say that I am a jealous fan. You are a lucky sun of a gun. But I must say you do not plan to ride it back east?
Thanks so much! It would be great to ride back east, but taking the time off from work is next to impossible. Great blog by the way!
sweet ride. I rode one not too long ago:
Thanks for reading. The Vincati looks amazing. I saw a black shadow not too long ago. They are sweet.
I bought a 1973 850 Interstate Commando new when I was in the U.S. Navy. I paid $1800.00 for it! It was blue and engine # was 304288. I later had twin carbs removed and a single 34mm. Mccuni [sp] carb installed by a San Diego motorcycle mechanic by the name of Sonny Angel of National City Ca. He also polished and ported the heads. It provided a great increase in power. Good riding..Dan
awesome! $1800 is a deal. I’m looking forward to getting out on her the next time I’m out in LA around the holidays. The interstate tanks are getting harder and harder to find. This bike was a gift from my father in law.
Dan Baker: I think your Interstate is still at Sonny Angel’s.I was at Sonny’s this weekend and there’s a blue 850 Interstate there Sonny’s brother said has been there 28 years saying the owner left it for repairs but never picked it up.
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