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Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by Road Rash, Nov 13, 2009.
uh yeah - WTF is it??
"Seat will need redone " Glad he mentioned that, I might have missed it.
I'd try it! Love that it has knobbies.
Is it street legal?
Alley sweeper. Spoon on some slicks and track dayz, run rings around a segway...
Ebay, not craigslist, but still interesting.
That can't be a realistic price for a 30 year old dit bike???
I'm not sure about the 600 but it would be ball park for the TT500.
Why? Who in their right mind would pay that? Was there only a couple of them made?
Highly desirable as flat trackers...
Am guessing that somebody's pissed off at their out of town roommate...
15 bucks buys a case of PBR at Rite Aid
yeah,, but a dollar or 2 more you can get a 30 pack of Icehouse @ Bi-mart, just leave it outside on yer back porch to chill,, don't be feeding it to yer turkey bacon eating turkeys!
Never in the time I've spent reading CL did I think I'd find an old bike I used to own, but here it is..
Listed as a "1973 Yamaha 49 cc"
In reality a 1960-61 Yamaha MF-1. I sold this bike in hardship back in 1996 for less than 100 dollars to the local Yamaha dealer that I've known for years, and was told he was going to personally 'restore it further'.
Some history about this little beast. Got it for cleaning out a friend's house and garage in Springfield, and I slowly put back together over a few years time. Nice, ( for my abilities..), rattle can paint job and a recovered seat. The engine was like new. I basically just rode it for fun, it was never really fast but was pretty cool.
Kinda feel lied to and I'm pretty depressed about it's condition, what happened to the front wheel? Where's the chain case? What freakin' restoration? This bike was complete and ran well with 12 volt electrics and electric start. Looks like it's seen 10 years of hard coastal exposure.
It was owned by a wheelie king, after you
Aside from his taste in music, I'm not so sure.
"Dude, where's my bed?"
Not many out there so if you could pick it up for 1200 or so
I guess the market is there.
A restored (stock) TT500 is one of the few bikes I would pay big bucks for. A lot of other people feel the same way.
And the XRL seems like an okay deal, but with 38k on it, the bike is going to be roasted unless it has had at least one rebuild.