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Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by Bloodweiser, Feb 9, 2009.
Not mine, looks like a good deal.
i bet someone here needs this
I don't care what anyone says...thats some funny shit...
the best part is the sublime "will need to be filled 3-4 times a year"
You have to wonder what his search string was that took him to that item.
hah, always looking through farm and garden in local craigslist. hoping to score a yazoo yr60/yr72 for dirt cheap. anyone got one for cheap/free?
Depends on who made them. Might not be a good deal if they are from a certain manufacturer.
Those look hand made in my eyes. Just thought it was interesting.
1980 BMW R80/7 milage unknown, speedo has 55,916 on it. Runs and rides but engine starts smoking when hot. Timing chain was replaced @ 51,000 miles. Great winter project. Call for more info. Don't monitor e-mails. 804-761-9110 Thanks for looking.
Just noticed this on the local Las Vegas craigslist:
This would be a great gift for any collector or motorcycle enthusiast. 1941 Matchless G3L British Military Motorcycle. This bike is 72 years old and in excellent condition for its age. Only 508 original miles. Bike is complete. Even comes with the headlight shield which is very rare and the saddlebag carriers which is very very rare. I bought this bike to restore since the great condition would make it an easy one to do but could use the extra Holliday cash. Bikes needs a tune up, points, clutch cable that I can see and some tinkering. This is very hard to find is this condition. Im selling for only $2500 for a no nonsence quick sale. Please only serious buyers, please no craigslist flakes.
1971 Triumph Bonneville,Trades w/4 Wheels Considered - $3950 (Melbourne)
Very rare,one of 200 special Triumphs built in 1971 to have the qualifications for 1972 AMA racing.
This Triumph is A rare T120RV, a 5 speed Bonneville from 1971 with matching engine and frame numbers. The T120RV was released in the US in 1972, to permit Triumph to use them in American Motorcycle Association production-based racing. But a few were built in late model year 1971 to qualify for early 1972 AMA Races. In order to qualify, all bikes had to be built in the same basic form as they would be raced. To meet this requirement Triumph had to produce 200 of them before they qualified.
The Engine/Frame number, T120RV GE25457 is coded as follows: The 'T120R denotes this is a 650cc Bonneville, 'R' for a road bike, the 'V' five speed. The first 'G' in the engine and frame number represents June and the 'E' is for 1971 production. As you can see it has the original and correct Triumph logo printed behind the engine serial number, for 1969 and later models.
With the exception of the stamping on the engine case, there were no external differences between the 4- and 5-speeds. They had the same final drive ratios and sprockets, and the 5-speeds were significantly quicker.Ready To Ride/or Restore 11,000 miles, runs perfect,no smoke,no leaks,starts within 3 kicks in the morning and after that it's 1 kick all day.Trades with 4 wheels Considered,Call 321 431 0825
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RARE HONDA 750 AUTOMATIC MOTORCYCLES - $1950 (Spotsylvania)
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<hr> <section id="userbody"> I have two Honda CB750A Hondamatic bikes for sale. I only got to ride a few times this year so I'm selling them One has only 12,000 miles the other 15,000. Call for more info if serious. You can have both for only $1950 I have side covers and rear rack for the one in picture that is missing those pieces.
Call 540-841-7610 Monday thru Friday 7:00am to 4:00pm and Saturday & Sunday 9:00am to 2:00pm
it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests
"Body in good condition"
"could be titled after purchase."
How would you describe this to the DMV?:eek1
Not mine, usual disclaimers:
This bike is referred to as a 73 Honda 305 Scrambler which would be a CL77 but they ended production in 67. This likely is a cl350, or if lucky an sl350.
Expensive BSA ($4500) located in NH ;
I think if I had money to throw around I might do something like this. It's a 500 cc Thumper?
It looks like a 1949 499cc. I'd love to have one. You never see them for sale. It was a racer, that could be good