Well, a few of them. I hope to add one from time to time .
My 1981. Bought it in 1985. At 46,500 miles, I at last went through the top end.
I would have put it off longer but the kick start stopper piece broke and pushed itself through the back of the case. JB Weld time!
I changed the timing chain and adjuster bush, installed a new exhaust valve and guide, and new rings. The exhaust valve was dished .012 inch on the top of the stem, so it was no wonder it was a bit noisy. I didn't hone the cylinder. 1000 miles later and I haven't snapped a ring. Wear or stretching of the cam chain was almost undetectable.
1979 SR "Nipton" No, I didn't build it. A joy to ride and just to look at. I suppose I'd grudgingly sell it if someone offered me $5,500...
I'll give a description in a while.
Somewhere under that big guy is an 1981 XT. On the way back from Alaska, and on better days.
Now gone on to a friend, who changed the pipe and bars, loaned it out to a friend, and is wondering when he will get it back;-)
Buell Blast. One of the first in the area. I was hoping that Harley and Buell would make a bike that would be a new SR - a platform for almost endless creativity. Nope.
So, my winter bike - as it can handle both electric grips and vest.