The NEW Old's Cool Flea Market

Discussion in 'Old's Cool' started by dragoon, Dec 2, 2009.

  1. dragoon

    dragoon I'm the REAL Dingo Joe

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    Basic Old's Cool FM rules (borrowed from the OZ forum):

    If you're selling...
    Price - You must include a price.

    Location - You must include a location in the ad, the location under your user name may not be correct or specific enough.

    No external links. - No links to ebay, craigslist, etc. Directing inmates to external ads without links will also be removed.

    Bumping - You may not bump your ad more than once per week (7 days) and must nuke the original ad, if not you will lose both.

    Ownership - If it's not yours you cannot sell it, ask your buddy to register and sell it himself. - Immediate family members excluded.

    Content - Only MC and MC related products & gear. Airheads have their own FM thread.

    Correspondence - All correspondence to be conducted by PM not in the thread.

    Compliance - Ads that do not comply with the rules above will be deleted and you will have to do a new one.

    Expiration - Ads expire after about 10 weeks and will be removed from view.
    If you're looking...
    List what you need, with as much detail as someone who might have it would need to know they have a match (year, model, etc.) As above, carry out correspondence by PM and clean up by deleting your post after you get what you need.
    How to help make the flea-market a better place:
    When you sell it, or bump it, go to "EDIT POST" at the bottom of your original post and then tick the "NUKE" box to delete the post.

    If it is "Sold pending payment", add those words to your post.

    If your ad disappears it may have been deleted by a mod as it did not meet the rules or it has expired, please read the rules and re-submit your ad. We can't write to each and every person whose ads do not comply.
    These ads are free - if you have a successful sale please consider a donation to help keep this site going.

    Finally, this thread is not for Commercial Sellers. Commercial posts will be punted to the Vendors forum.

    P.S. Where'd that ad go??? Old posts, expired ads, PMs, all eventually end up here: http://www.advrider.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1041627 Poke through there if you're looking for something you remember seeing here, it probably just got punted to cold storage.

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  2. Infracaninophile

    Infracaninophile Finding My Way..

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    May I suggest if you're selling or wanting to buy, you state the make and model of what you're selling? There's a lot of different brands and models of bikes in here.

    Example: FS BMW Airhead - 1981 G/S - Used Ohlins Shock - $5.

    Thanks,

    T.
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  3. BB Sue

    BB Sue my ex's ex-nightmare

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    I love this idea!! :clap

    One suggestion? Maybe if with the link, the poster put ONE or TWO words aabout what it is? Like... "1973 550-F", or "58 beemer" or "Saddlebags" or something, or would that be a violation of posting (or good taste or something)??

    LOVE this thing!

    BB Sue...
    Now with Less Bridge, More Sue.
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  4. durtwurm

    durtwurm Talented Amateur

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    IBMR is a good source as are some other sites, but I figure a site here on ADVrider if we can generate some interest among the inmates would be a nice addition for early K bike parts.
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  5. Andrew

    Andrew Optimus Primer Super Moderator

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    This thread is for listing items for sale between inmates. It's not a discussion thread for commenting or crapping on what's posted. You have questions on something, send a PM.

    Essentially, following the OZ rules: http://www.advrider.com/forums/showpost.php?p=22451577&postcount=1 which means expired posts, and posts for sold items, should be deleted.

    And for the love of jeebus, don't reply to posts here with a "PM Sent" message... :baldy
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  6. rudolf35

    rudolf35 Warped & Twisted Mind

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    Oh it has neglect issues. The motor is fine, top is still in apart, the frame needs paint/PC, electrics need lots of help and the carbs are a project in themselves. As I noted, it is/was a project that was placed on the back burner to many times and I lost interest.
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  7. Jeephoto

    Jeephoto Low Post Old-Timer

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    ^^^Oh my, that is one beautiful old school Honda Scrambler! ^^^And I'm just over the county line from you, in Grand Prairie.
    As much as I would love to have it, my funds are going into my newest project, a 1982 Honda XL250R. When I get that one done, I might come see you.

    Speaking of...I am wanting to find/buy a luggage rack or rear rack for my 1982 XL250R.

    This photo is what I am looking for but NOTE that mine is an '82 250R not a 350R (pictured).

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  8. Ozarkroadrunner

    Ozarkroadrunner Adventurer

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    I have a CL 160 gas tank for sale. It's solid, has a few small dents and a couple of places with small amounts of bondo. The tank mounts, knee pad and emblem mounts are all good. It was covered by 1/2 inch of brushed on implement paint when I found it. I've sanded it down to check the condition and it is good shape for 40+ years. There is a small amount of light rust in the tank, easily removed with either electrolysis or vinegar treatments. It will also fit CB 160s and early CL 175s (Slopers). I have more pictures if interested. $80 plus actual shipping cost. 160 tank 2.JPG
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  9. PepperDog

    PepperDog Been here awhile

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    Location:
    Maine, somewhere between Lewiston and Fryeburg
    For Sale = Honda CB400F Supersport header. Rough, but solid and usable. $60; located in Maine (not far inland from Portland)
    They are heavy, and an odd shape to box up. I don't really want to ship them.
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    that being said, a header in no better shape recently sold on ebay for 139+50 shipping. So, if it's that important to you, I can come up with a shipping cost to your address in the lower 48.
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  10. MTZ

    MTZ 75 XL250

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    Looking for a rear "luggage" rack for my 1975 Honda XL250. If you know more than me and know what other bike's racks would fit, that would be cool to know...
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  11. Lapchik

    Lapchik Tinkeritis posterboy

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    Deal fell through that I had tried to make with this bike earlier, so I am re-posting.

    I am selling my 1982 Yamaha Seca XJ650RJ. I have come to terms with the fact that I don't have enough time to spend restoring and riding it. It takes up space, which I don't have a lot of either. It doesn't really need restoring, it's just that I bought it from the original owner with 2200 miles on it, and it was my first bike. I care about keeping it in good shape. I wanted to get it back to showroom quality, but that isn't going to happen with my growing family and many other vehicles requiring more immediate attention. I was the second and fifth owner. I sold the bike in 2010 so I could finance luggage for my Kawasaki Versys. I asked on facebook in 2014 if anyone had seen a bike like it, and like some sort of daydream miracle, it was still in my hometown. I went and looked at the bike, and there were only 780 more miles on it, and it was unmolested. Just as I had left it. The two guys who owned it after I sold it were both actually old friends of my father. I bought it back and fixed what had been lacking maintenance while it was away. It got some basic tune up work and I fixed some of the things that had dry rotted [tires, fuel lines, vacuum lines]. I rode it, but not nearly as much as I thought I would have. I rode it three times last year, and about ten times the year before that. This year it has only been out once for a tune up ride, and once for a little cruise around the neighborhood. I think it is time for the bike to have a new home, where it will be appreciated and ridden. Comes with all factory parts I took off [center stand, etc] and a Haynes repair manual. I do not have the factory exhaust. Mileage is 17,659 and counting, as I do plan on riding it a little before it goes away.

    What has been done:

    New fuel lines and filter May 2015

    Has a Dynojet jet kit in it, 118 main jets, adjustable needles. Currently tuned for the exhaust that is installed [4-1 header and glasspack muffler], which is loud. Carbs can be adjusted easily for a different muffler or factory exhaust. A MAC exhaust can will bolt right up to this header. Tuned for 91 octane gas with no ethanol, but it runs fine with anything 87 or higher. Avoid ethanol blend gas, it makes it run poorly.

    Repainted header and muffler with high temp paint, then did fiberglass heat wrap July 2015

    K&N air filter serviced August 2015

    New oil and filter August 2015

    New tires August 2015 less than 500 miles on them [had same kind of tires on it before, lasted about 9500 miles]

    New battery and battery retaining strap May 2014

    New spark plugs August 2015

    New footpeg rubber driver and passenger 2009

    New seat cover June 2015 [still have factory cover and strap, was hoping to find a way to copy it for restoration]

    New fork seals, fluid, and dust covers May 2016

    Bar end weights and foam grip covers May 2015

    Replaced OEM fuse holders with aftermarket inline fuse holders May 2007 [factory fuse holders on these bikes always fell apart]

    Rear end fluid changed May 2015

    New slotted front brake rotors and pads November 2015

    New rear brake shoes, drum resurfaced May 2015

    Right side switches and housing replaced August 2015

    Tank is rust free inside, always has been. Has not been cleaned or coated. You need to keep the tank full when storing it to keep the rust away.

    One mirror is the Yamaha OEM mirror, the other is an EMGO replacement. Very hard to tell unless you look really close. I was adjusting the missing OEM mirror while riding, and it popped off the stem and fell on the road and shattered. Hence the EMGO replacement.

    Spitfire windshield installed May 2007

    New Yamaha OEM replacement fuel petcock May 2007, new internal rubber parts August 2015 [new rubber parts will withstand ethanol gas if you have to use it, but the bike is tuned for 91 octane with no ethanol]

    Rear fender is still in one piece which is rare for this bike because it was usually cut down for looks.

    Under seat storage has a few spare parts, and basic tool kit.

    New clutch and throttle cables May 2007

    Does not come with RAM ball mount or Garmin GPS cable as shown in the pictures.

    Very little in the way of damage. Just a couple scuffs and scratches as shown in the pictures. Only bad ones are:
    1. Right rear of seat cowl, through paint [old luggage rack rubbed it]
    2. Top front of tank, through some of the clearcoat [tank bag straps beat on tank during Sturgis trip in 2007]
    3. Front fender, just ground in dirt will probably come out with cleaner wax [from old under headlight roll bag rubbing fender]

    Oil filter cover bolt replaced May 2007, original owner had stripped the head off the bolt of the original.

    Key fits in all locks: ignition, gas cap, seat lock, and chain lock [under the left side cover, used to lock the bike to light poles and things] Spare keys can be obtained through most Yamaha dealerships. It has a code on the key which they send in and have a new key laser cut.

    Clean and clear title in hand and ready to sign over.

    Delivery or meet you half way may be possible for the right deal. Located in Sioux City, IA.

    If you are going to part it out for another XJ project, or chop it up and make it into some sort of chopper, cafe racer, or rat bike, don't even think about it. It's too nice for that.

    $1850 obo

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  12. Gibster

    Gibster high desert roamer

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    1984 Honda XL350R located in Reno, Nevada. $950. 11000 miles. New handlebars, grips, mirrors and rear turn signals. Have original mirrors, but not in good shape. Runs good. Doesn't smoke, starts easy. IMG_20160704_140549792.jpg IMG_20160704_140618241.jpg IMG_20160704_140600533.jpg
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  13. Lapchik

    Lapchik Tinkeritis posterboy

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    New lower price on my xj650rj. $1200 bottom dollar no delivery. Has to go, baby is due in November
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  14. wolfy317

    wolfy317 Addicted to BMW

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    Up for grabs is a semi rare gem of a dinosaur.....a 1995 BMW K1100RS in beautiful Marakesh Red. Bike has 48k miles and is ready for the next 48k. Fly and rides supported, and we are happy to assist with shipping/delivery (within a reasonable range). Meticulously maintained by a grumpy old lifelong BMW rider (minus a stint with a suzuki M109R2 we won't mention in pleasant company). All maintenance records since ownership are on hand. Bike is currently lowered 1". Bike is located in Starkville, MS.

    Asking $3600

    Pros:

    • 1100cc Flying Brick
    • 110 happy cage passing horses (one of the best highway bikes I've been on)
    • 48k easy miles
    • ABS brakes
    • Works SS gas rear shock (this plus raised front forks to lower bike. Stock shock avail)
    • Avon rubbers with plenty of tread left (see pics)
    • Corbin aftermarket seat with backrest
    • Matching hard luggage
    • BMW Powerport
    • SAE plug installed with 10A fuse (supports charging as long as charger is under 10A)
    • Throttlemeister
    • Laminar Lip

    Cons:

    • Bike has been down once at very low speed in a parking lot. All damage was cosmetic, and it has mostly all been fix (minus some marks on the luggage)
    • Paint is very good, but not perfect. There are a few dings here and there.
    • Seat has a small scuff on top of the backrest portion
    PICS!!!!!!!

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  15. Kaptainkid1

    Kaptainkid1 Ride on

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    Here is awesome 1973 Honda CB500 with new paint on Clean Tank and Panels. The carbs rebuild, Oil Change, Timing, Points, Valve adjusted, New Air Filter, 9 out 10 Seat, New Inner tubes, Good Tires both front and rear, New Fuel Lines, New Mac 4-1 Exhaust and New Mirrors. Bleed Front Brake Lines, New drag bars. Has 30,900 Miles and is very original bike with many upgrades. No rust in tank and all done really nicely to minor restoration. Frame painted and coated.
    Asking: $4200 OBO
    This bike runs smooth and will be an awesome daily runner.

    Video:


    Will not be disappointed when driving this restored baby.


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  16. Robb

    Robb Long timer

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  17. Kaptainkid1

    Kaptainkid1 Ride on

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    1974 Honda CB550 Corbin Seat for $70 plus shipping cost in excellent condition. Vinyl in excellent to good condition. no tears and very comfortable.


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  18. SCR100

    SCR100 Been here awhile

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    Looking for a luggage rack for a Honda CB/CL350 twin. I have a K3 CL350 and nearly any luggage rack that fits the side hinged seat models will work.
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  19. TheRadBaron

    TheRadBaron Been here awhile

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    Want to buy: CB125 mechanical front disc brake caliper.
    I have a pretty nice '75 Honda CB125 that I'm getting fixed up for my daughter and the only thing I'm really missing is the goofy front brake caliper. It's a cable operated, mechanical, front disc brake. I understand that they're not very good brakes but I'm not having much luck finding another wheel/brake that would swap on easily.
    Anyone have one of these calipers and/or cables around? If so, shoot me a PM.
    Thanks.
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  20. MightyChosen1

    MightyChosen1 I wanna be sedated

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    Might be able to use one of these with a little fab work. Been looking to add brakes to an old minibike and thought of this vendor:
    https://www.ombwarehouse.com/Mini-Bike-Go-Kart-Parts/Brakes-and-Accessories/Disc-Brakes


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