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Discussion in 'The Sandbox - AKA Flatistan' started by Mugwest, Feb 5, 2012.
You got YouTube memorized.
So iffin we're the fireworks then you're the dud.
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So do you drink alcohol while on medication?
thats probably too rude for you... my bad
Somebody done went and released the Kraken early
Whaddaya expect from a Chucklehead
Definitely a chucklehead...
Maybe, How are you doing?
I thought CH was a Mopar guy.
Thats why its for sale. Them things there accidentally kill people in crowds.
I knowa guy that spent 37 years restoring one. I think he'd walk by and pull a wrench on his drop top mustang project about once a month in between doing floors in toy haulers, treating the siding on his wagon for termites (and the opti- spark) etc.
that said, those mustangs are becoming a bargain if you find one that's not beat to shit, or lifted with TV's in the doors
D00d, that sounds eerily familiar.
i saw a Stupiduty today that had LED lights around his main lights that were changing colors as he drove by.. impressed for a whole 10seconds of my life!
a 2007 DRZ400 with 700 miles on it.. would you consider it a good deal if it were half price of a new one? or consider it ok since its 10 year old bike thats been sitting in somones garage. (rubber seals and all deteriorate after time as vico pointed out)
Just my opinion, but I don't think a 10 yr old 700 mi DRZ is worth any more or less than same DRZ w/7000 miles. They aren't exactly collectors bikes.
They're $6600 new, so yeah I'd call $3300 a good deal IF the bike is in like-new condition mechanically and cosmetically, ran great, and needed nothing. No dead battery, gummed-up carb, faded plastic, leaks, funny noises, or flimflam excuses about why the bike doesn't run right. Farkles would be icing on the cake, and might put it in Deal of the Year territory, depending on the quality/quantity of farkles of course