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Old 11-04-2012, 05:59 PM   #29
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Location: Binghamton, NY
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OK, pulling the front plastic off this thing is like pulling your own teeth.:eek: It's all in fairly good shape but some fastening points are broken and the left turn signal part is busted off. Got all the plastic bits inside now and will repair what I can, replace rusted screws and start buffing out imperfections and give them all a coat of wax.
Note: if my registration fails and this turns out to be hot (I ran the VIN and nothing came up) I'm gonna be P!$$ed.

Lot's of beer in the fridge, time to put some tunes on and polish my plastic bits.:cool:

Note: These bikes often get the broken plastic removed and ridden naked, they call them Skellies. Don't think that thought isn't crossing my mind after removing the plastic. Here's a fine example...

$$ spent so far...around $100 and that includes $50 for registration and plates in VT.

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