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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by nedodjija, Jul 7, 2009.
You bought that same one that is in the video... and for less than 1500 bucks?!
I bought it on ebay [I was drinking] from the guy who traded for it with the guy who bought it at Blue Moon. Blue Moon had done several mods when they had the bike and it is wicked fast. My son lives in the NC mountains and I keep it at his house; that bike was made for curves. On my way back from buying it, I rarely came below 100. It is a real runner.
Honda CX 500 E for 300 Euro
And a Yamaha TDR 250 for free.
Nice score glam. Those cx E models are very rare here, As is the TDR, though I have. Ridden one of those off road. I loved it.
went to look at a sears allstate twingle today and came home with this instead.
77 kawasaki kz1000 ltd.1075 kit, welded crank, back cut trans, R.C. engineering four into one and cams.hasn't run in 20 years, been sitting in a basement. 10,000 miles.
nice bike under all the dust. no title, but easily remedied.
$600 w/ a fresh top and bottom end. Not pretty, but runs great.
Yeah Great deal on that KZ...
What bike...I'm lookin at the trailer
Highly recommend the trailer to anyone looking for a trailer they can store easily. It can hold two fully dressed big bikes, maybe three if your lucky, and folds to stand up against a wall in the garage. It's a Kendon http://www.kendonusa.com/trailer_dual.html
Picked this up for $200 (3 for $500 actually with $100 gas).
Added a front brake cable, a throttle cable, a couple of air filters and home made air hoses from the filters to the carbs.
She is licensed and inspected and ready to ride. Probably $350 in it.
It will be a good addition to the family:
^^ nice! I love package deals. One day I went to pick up a Kawi F8 from a guy I've bought multiple bikes from, and ended up bringing home 5 bikes :eek1
Shit happens when you catch the bug!
Those wheels are wild!
Bought this "can't get it to start" 1985 59K K100RT off of CL for a grand a few weeks ago. In the process of stripping it down to the motor and rebuilding it with better front and rear suspension with a paralever rear end over the next month or two.
The ride home from Whidbey Island on the Ferry:
Comstars 2,5 X 18 for tubeless.
Many european Honda's had them in the 80s. I guess, they never came to the US.
Son of a bitch! FREEEEEEEEeeee.....???!?!?
So Duck,why no start.
All Yamaha Folks flat out HATE YOU!! "FREE":"" For that Yamaha???