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Discussion in 'Central – From Da Nort Woods to the Plane States' started by iyeager, Sep 3, 2008.
3 cylinder, yes?
Metro gets better mpg. His price was $2500 when I posted it.
Oh yes. 3 small cylinders at that. The kids hate getting picked up/ dropped off from it.
Our kids love our Geo.
"Honey, I swear I tried to sell that boat."
Reading that made my head hurt!:eek1
I feel like a cheenus.
Look at the 6th pic down. Look at the tire, hub, tail light and tag.
It just BLEEDS classic.
Damnit. It's been removed. What was it?????
Copy and paste keeps the memories from fading.
No it hasn't.
1973 honda 350 chopper............$500.................
RUNS AND RIDES this bike is a $2,500 bike i just bought it last summer for $2,800 i just need the money to get my harley back on the road
that is the only reason that i am sealing it for so cheap it is just smaller than a sportster
$500 IS THE LOWEST THAT I WILL GO I STARTED AT $1,500 AND THIS BIKE IS WELL WERTH it AND ONLY BECASE I NEED THE MONEY AM I SEALING IT
clean and clear title
it has custom handolbars
extended brake and shifter pedals
has a slight rake to it
seingal egsost prity loud
it has a kick start as well as an electric start
verry verry fun bike i waigh 350 and i have taken it up to 75mph it handals like a dreame it glides perfictly
THE ONLY BAD the right carb needs a rebild kit .............it only cost $20on E-bay............. i was going to fix it for my sister but my harley needs new pistons and heads so all my money is going to fix that one............ i can start the bike for you and even ride it around my yard to show you that it runs and rides
if you are at all interested please give me a call at 660-529-3606......... OR TEXT ME AT 660-631-4666 ask for KEITH
Thank you. It still tells me that it has been deleted by its author???
I would make fun of this fella BUT: He weighs 350 and rides a USA made Harley. (He did spell Harley right...)
That looks like the motorcycle version of the Beverly Hillbillies rig.
The ad notes "1973 Karman Ghia Front end and steering assembly"
Not quite. The axle part is pure VW, but the 70's era V's had a full breakaway steering column. The 50's and 60's models had dif types of setups throughout (solid, cloth, steel mesh, etc), but nearly all of them referred to the steering column as the HARPOON OF DEATH....which this appears to revive. A Front end shunt in that thing would surely illustrate SPEAR Fishing to the driver....which is probably of little consequence, since the tube frame arrangement in front would likely SNAP down like a mousetrap on the drivers legs, proving a much needed distraction from the steering column thru the chest......
But don't let me discourage anyone.