Today at Alice's Restaurant was a blue Vincent and a Vindian. You never know what you will see at Alice's Restaurant on a sunny day. 
There were about 10 Nortons (the Norton club cleans the highway north and south of the 35/84 junction once a month) up there too, but you see those things all the time so they are not all that interesting anymore. 
I don't know how classic this mid-1980's Yamaha Fazer 700 is, but you sure don't see these things running around every day. This non-running example was just picked up by my friend to add to his 21 motorcycle collection. He has his work cut out for him to get it back on the road. Among other things, it has a rusted-out fuel tank and a leaky hydraulic clutch system. [uhoh]
Here is something a little different that I saw yesterday. It is a Morgan look-a-like reverse-trike powered by a 1978 water-cooled 500cc Honda V-twin, using its electrical system, gauges, shaft rear drive and Comstar rear wheel. But the interesting thing about the vehicle was that its thin steel tube framed body was completely covered by button-down fabric, sort of like a soft-top convertible car. Here is a photo.
Phil, I noticed the same vibrations in the pegs on the 2 versions I test rode. Kind of a interest killer. I wouldn't want to ride with those vibes for any distance.The 5-7 miles I covered was enough to put the thought of purchase out of my wallet!