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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by nedodjija, Jul 7, 2009.
ACF-50 and 0000-Steel Wool.
Scored a new to me upper fairing off ebay and swapped it out last night, that's it for fixing all the left side damage from the PO.
Not bad for 3 weeks time, I think I've decided to keep it.
Damn Dude, that's the best looking $1,500 slash five that I've seen in a long time. What's the scoop, and do you want to make a quick hundred bucks?
LOL, yeah this is another one that found ME. I wish I had space, I'd keep it. But it's up for sale on evil bay now. (Sorry for the shameless plug). lol.
1980 BMW R100 $1500 November 2017. Add battery and gas, it runs and rides. Front brakes weak, every thing works, basically.
Wow! You stole that classic Airhead for $1500! If I saw that I'd have bought it too, even though I have three BMWs already.
I really like those bikes. Be careful of the aluminum wheels. For any off road riding, look for TTR225 or TTR230 wheels which are steel and a straight swap. It's a popular upgrade with the XT owners.
Is there a forum spec'd for the XT? I know there's a good thread here but everything is all jumbled up in there.
XT225.com or Thumpertalk.
I thought it was a good deal. I only have 2 airheads but want another. It makes no sense at all, but I can't help myself.
I guess there is no antidote. The other brands of bike have no appeal.
That seems like a very good score. Congrats.
Great time to be buying 80's bikes; especially in decent - mostly decent condition.
And there are plenty of terrific 80's bikes that are still fun to ride with little compromise.
I’m about to go through the $1500 ceiling but the old thing is coming along-Yesterday-
Still needs some things but with only 5K miles, it’s worth the time and a few bucks.
1996 Arctic Cat Powder Special. Bought last summer for $200. New jackshaft bearings $35. Repainted hood, and new seat cover $130. Total invested $365. Selling it for $950 on friday, to pay down some debts.
In my opinion, these older 600cc-ish (this one is the famously-reliable 580cc twin) machines are just right. Not the gas-guzzler 800+cc things.
I'm not a snow machine guy but that's a pretty nice looking sled.