Rocky Mountain Flea Market

Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by neduro, Mar 14, 2007.

  1. MartiniUp

    MartiniUp Long timer

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    WOW! Thats giving that stuff away, wish I was closer.
  2. BuilderScott

    BuilderScott Been here awhile

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    Dining table and 4 chairs that I inherited about 10 years ago. Nice set that's probably 20 years old. Well made by Hale Company. 47"x32" without leaf, 58"x32" with leaf. Solid wood but not sure what species.

    *Located in Superior, CO

    $200

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  3. BuilderScott

    BuilderScott Been here awhile

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    Solid oak. Not perfect but decent shape. $40

    Pick up in Superior, CO

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  4. cptmoney

    cptmoney Two wheels, only one seat

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    So the boys I work with have their hands full (at least for TODAY!) and aren't showing the enthusiasm towards the little CB350 that I'd expected. Perhaps if it was warmer - but for now things are lackluster in this department.

    That being said, I'm going to try and get it down the road to free up some funds to put towards other projects that we're working on. Thought I'd toss it up here to see what might come about.

    '73 Honda CB350, currently a non-runner.

    I don't think it will take much to bring her around, honestly, but we've not invested one second in it as of yet. Will need the works, likely including carbs yanked and cleaned, brakes reworked, valves adjusted, clutch adjusted, chain, etc....all the usual stuff when you're bringing one back to life.

    Just over 2400 original miles on her. All original tools and owner's manual still under the seat.

    Tires are good, but old. NO MUFFLERS - just the header pipes. I've had tons of great feedback/suggestions from other ADVers on which direction to go with that, but we've just not had the time/funds to pursue it. Such is life.

    Forgive me for the whacky lighting; it was late and dark, but I had to grab a few pics so that's what I have for now.

    Clean title on this one.

    Going for $750 on craigslist, but hoping to get $600 from an inmate.

    For a bit more, I'll include the full set of Bates hard bags and fairing that came with the bike.

    We're over on the west side of the state. Regularly get to GJ, Montrose, etc., so other options might be there.

    Take a peek and let me know what you think - thanks!

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  5. pfb

    pfb Riding, not skiing.

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    Reminder: It isn't necessary to quote a previous post including a bunch of huge pictures just to offer a few word reply... It clogs up the thread quite a bit.
  6. Olas

    Olas the darkness

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    For sale: SOLD!

    13 ft^3 Kenmore chest freezer, originally $300 from sears. We used it in the garage and has always worked without a hiccup since purchased. We took it out and cleaned it a couple of weeks ago and now it has that stinky freezer smell and the outside is a bit dirty but it should clean up nicely with a little effort.

    Asking $75 here. I can help deliver around the metro area for the cost of gas.
  7. woodmnctry

    woodmnctry Been here awhile

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    Are the used plates included????:rofl:rofl:rofl
  8. hyperboarder

    hyperboarder Potato Farmer

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    Moving and this needs to go, so I'll take the best offer. If that offer is a six pack, so be it, just need it gone before we leave town and I'd rather see it go here than to a craigslist urchin.
  9. MeterPig

    MeterPig Meh

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    Hyper, I had the same situation with a hitch and ended up putting it in clist for free and was run over with offers to pick up. I ended up giving it to a guy who had the same van I did.
  10. hyperboarder

    hyperboarder Potato Farmer

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    Gone
  11. velocityjunky

    velocityjunky Been here awhile

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    Ill take this tire if it is still avail?????
  12. MeterPig

    MeterPig Meh

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    I got the tires and creeper. Sorry folks.
  13. flyingwombat

    flyingwombat frozen dead guy

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    Yup, thanks MeterPig, nice meeting you. I should have updated this earlier.
  14. L-ucky-S-ix

    L-ucky-S-ix Dadgum'd

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    New price.

    1987 Jeep Cherokee Chief with 152.4k

    AW4 mated with the NP242 Selec-Trac shift-on-the-fly (2wd-> 4wd Part time-> 4wd Full time-> Neutral-> 4wd Lo)
    Dana44 Rear
    UpCountry Package (Tow hooks, hitch, skid plates, no rear swaybar, factory lift)
    Tinted Privacy Glass
    Auto Dimming Mirror with Temperature and Compass
    Roof Rack/ Ski Rack
    Power Everything
    Viper Keyless Entry and Alarm
    Newer "Canyon" Aluminum Wheels with Great Tires
    No Rust
    New Windshield

    That's the gist of it. There's more info if anyone is interested. $3000

    Older picture but same condition...

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  15. Sir Denis Eton-Hogg

    Sir Denis Eton-Hogg Tap into America

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    Bolts have gone, thanks Brandon
  16. DaleE

    DaleE TransAlp Adv

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    Dejavu - I had the 1988 twin of that with the 4.0L engine, same color same model. I really loved it and it took me and a lot of gear to a lot of places, but when it started showing serious signs of wear, I sold it to a neighbors little brother for transportation to/from school. He let the coolant get too low and blew up the engine which was the best part. Traded to a 2010 Liberty that is roomier and more comfortable to drive, but with over 20 years to work on it and a slightly smaller engine, it still doesn't get any better gas mileage than the old jeep did, and the Cherokee Chief was much better offroad. :cry
  17. UncleDirt

    UncleDirt Uncivil to idiots.

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    Bought this recently, was loud and clear. Very loud.
    Don't ask, but I was going to mount it on the motorcycle on the fairing.
    But alas, found out that when run on straight internal battery (rechargeable) the volume drops off considerably.

    No problem says I, the AC adapter puts out 12v, I'll just use a cigarette lighter cord to power it. :clap

    Well, I did. And running on direct motorcycle battery, it IS louder, but the bass distorts horribly. Screw it, this ain't gonna work.:cry

    My loss is your gain. I paid a little over a hundred with tax. Selling it today with all of about 5 hours on it (Christmas music :lol3), perfect condition, with the box it came in, for $80.

    I just don't want to drive back to Target.

    Works perfect (when you use it as intended), and really has great sound. Automatically pairs with your bluetooth phone.

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    Hit me with a PM.

    Dave
  18. L-ucky-S-ix

    L-ucky-S-ix Dadgum'd

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    Nice! This one is the 4.0L Renix as well. I honestly think this thing has never seen much offroad. Aside from the dirt roads I drive to get to lakes and reservoirs the previous owners drove it around the city of Boulder since new. It does nicely when I want to drive it in the snow instead of my rwd car, but it's going to simplify my life tremendously if I can sell it.
  19. Merfman

    Merfman Trustin' my cape...

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    SOLD!

    Just bought a new bed so the old bed (King) went into the guest room and the guest room bed (Queen) seen here has to go. Listed on CL for $300, $250 for inmates. The whole set is like new since it was in the guest room and we don't get many visitors.

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    Not sure why the image is soooo tiny. If anyone is interested I can supply better pix...

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  20. Blakebird

    Blakebird pew pew pew

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    A couple of months ago I started looking for a couple of specific bikes....
    I had no luck finding anything locally, and ended up buying a very cool bike that was not on my original list. I picked it up in Las Vegas before the holidays, and it turned out to be in better condition than I'd imagined.

    Recently I found a fairly local example of one of the bikes I started my search for - so I'm putting the W650 out there for a quick local sale.
    If it doesn't sell, I don't have to have that other bike... I'll hang onto the W650 for a while - it's a pretty cool bike and fun to ride. If it sells, it will come close to breaking a record for garage-stay brevity. :lol2

    This isn't going into the main Flea Market, it's more of an "off season, maybe someone's looking" deal. And cheaper than the one in Colorado Springs craigslist too :nod :evil

    2000 W650 w/ 14,800 miles $4300

    Previous owner's wife's bike....new battery, o-ring chain, tires, and clutch w/ heavy duty springs. The oem clutch was fine, but was feeling strange so the previous owner installed a new clutch/springs and that brought the feel back. It rides and feels like a new bike. The PO had just adjusted the valves and changed the oil & filter.
    To eliminate the factory lean jetting, he installed Thruxton needles in the carbs (richer taper) and exposed the fuel screws, backing them out 1/2 turn.
    It carburets perfectly.

    Though it looks very retro, the engine is a 4 valve/cylinder SOHC, shim over bucket, using the same 7.48mm shims my TE310 does. You slide the rocker aside to get to the shim - valve adjustments are easy, and one won't have to be done for quite a while.

    I have the oem chainguard and taillight assembly, as well as a set of aftermarket cafe handlebars.

    In excellent original condition, if you're interested - take it for a spin. They feel as old's cool as they look.

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