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Old 03-12-2014, 11:48 AM   #13366
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Is anyone looking for a late model GSA? I have an 2011 that I am thinking of selling. I will put my ad together later this week and post it.
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A yellow 2011 GSA 31000. miles.
BMW lower case set. Fog lamps, BMW extra break lamp, Sargents seat, New rubber. Tail rack and Wolf man tail bag.
The bike is a great runner I just need to move on.
You just did, only without a pic or a price
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they are upside down under the ice you tard
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Old 03-12-2014, 06:16 PM   #13367
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Moar STUFF!

More stuff! (The wardrobe is gone and I have interest on the Kayak and the treadmill so far)


Portable air conditioner. Got a place without AC or it's unreliable and you need a back up? $80

Sorry, it is still buried in a closet... It's in great shape and vents out a window. Have everything for it.


Fire safe - no key Good for protecting something from open flame. Not very big on the inside, a good sized pistol or papers that's about it. I lost the key some moves ago, luckily it is unlocked so still usable as fire protection but not for theft prevention. $20?


Thanks all.
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Old 03-12-2014, 08:07 PM   #13368
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Vintage snowshoes

I bought these in Banff, Alberta in 1971. They were made about 50 years ago by a Cree Indian living in the Banff area. This style was designed for heavy loads and was used by trappers carrying their furs out of the bush after a winter of trapping.
I used them while gathering firewood in the woods outside of Thunder Bay, Ontario and while camping in the Boundary Waters. They have a lot of sentimental meaning to me but have been unused for years and deserve better.
They're in excellent condition and ready to use but would benefit from a fresh coat of varnish.
57" long by about 10" wide made of hardwood and a gut mesh. These are the real deal.
125.00 and PM with interest.
I'd also consider a trade for a good 60L backpack.


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Old 03-12-2014, 08:21 PM   #13369
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Modern hipster lamp

This is a great reading lamp. Made of brushed aluminum with a weighted base so it doesn't move around when you adjust the arm. New switch installed about a year ago.
15.00 and PM with interest.
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Old 03-13-2014, 06:42 AM   #13370
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FS 2011 BMW R1200GSA, ABS, ESA, Computer, I don't know if it has traction controll or not. I am not really sure how to find that out.
Miles is 31000
The bike runs and looks great.
It includes:
BMW fog lamps,
BMW extra brake lamp,
BMW side luggage,
BMW tail rack,
TT headlamp guard
Sargents seat. The bottom seat has some cracking. Sargents quoted a recover. I will deduct that price or send the seat in for recovering.
Wolfman Luggage tail bag, new
Universial electrcial plug,
Garmin Zuma GPS
BMW nav mount.
The Garmin fits the nav mount but doesn't make use of the external controlls. The touch screen works great even with gloves on.
New rubber <1000 miles
All services done.
This bike is ready to roll.



Photo of the cracked seat cover.



More photos soon.
Priced at $17200.00 I did lower the price to $16500.00
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Old 03-13-2014, 08:10 AM   #13371
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I bought these in Banff, Alberta in 1971. They were made about 50 years ago by a Cree Indian living in the Banff area. This style was designed for heavy loads and was used by trappers carrying their furs out of the bush after a winter of trapping.
I used them while gathering firewood in the woods outside of Thunder Bay, Ontario and while camping in the Boundary Waters. They have a lot of sentimental meaning to me but have been unused for years and deserve better.
They're in excellent condition and ready to use but would benefit from a fresh coat of varnish.
57" long by about 10" wide made of hardwood and a gut mesh. These are the real deal.
125.00 and PM with interest.


Hang those bad boys on the wall!!
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Old 03-13-2014, 08:22 AM   #13372
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Mr. Bob - PM sent!
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Old 03-13-2014, 09:18 AM   #13373
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Hang those bad boys on the wall!!
I don't even have a wall.
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Old 03-13-2014, 10:41 AM   #13374
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OLAS, that is one beautiful frame.
Thanks! It looks much better in person.
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Old 03-13-2014, 12:04 PM   #13375
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Heidenau

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Heidenau Scout K60 90/90-21 take-off in great shape $50 local pick-up in Colo Springs (or I can drop off in Denver about once a month)




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Old 03-14-2014, 12:16 AM   #13376
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I had it for a while, sold it to a guy in California via ebay.

It was a fun bike, but pretty much taught me that riding pavement is b-o-r-i-n-g no matter how cool the bike might be. Great bike for a single guy looking to cruise around town and get attention from the ladies, or have extended conversations at coffee shops with middle aged men who drive mini-vans, but being an anti-social married guy myself, that aspect wasn't of much use so I sold it.

Do you mind me asking what you got for it?
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Old 03-14-2014, 08:30 AM   #13377
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Sold to an inmate. Thanks Hal.
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Old 03-14-2014, 08:44 AM   #13378
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Limited edition pretty and strong Chris King headset for sale. These were made and sold to raise awareness for breast cancer research. I've had this for a long time, it was only used for about a season and it has sat around the rest of the time. It's in great shape, but does show signs of use. The fork crown race is in excellent shape, bearings spin smoothly and freely.

$80 OBO





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Old 03-14-2014, 09:26 AM   #13379
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This would be great for an aluminum cyclocross frame...

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Limited edition pretty and strong Chris King headset for sale. These were made and sold to raise awareness for breast cancer research. I've had this for a long time, it was only used for about a season and it has sat around the rest of the time. It's in great shape, but does show signs of use. The fork crown race is in excellent shape, bearings spin smoothly and freely.

$80 OBO


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Old 03-14-2014, 09:40 AM   #13380
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This would be great for an aluminum cyclocross frame...
It definitely would be .
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