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Discussion in 'The Rockies – It's all downhill from here...' started by 309, Jul 21, 2005.
I perfect 81 CB750C isn't worth 800 dollars!
First real bike was a 74 TS185, rode that friggen thing everywhere
I still wonder why all these people think a total RAT is worth thousands and when you post something nice for a fair, realistic price they try and talk you down to nothing. Criagslist is in its own little world sometimes!
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</FIGURE><SECTION id=postingbody>I am selling a Tm racing 300 MX. This is a hand built Italian race bike with excellent racing components factory installed. I am asking 1600 but would be interested in a nice little truck, other bikes, or anything that's cool and of value. My number is 5056036027 feel free to call, or text anytime. Thanks for looking.
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These have always fascinated me. I know the owner, nice guy and its a sweet machine.
For sell a 2012 Christini 450 DS AWD all wheel drive in Albuquerque NM asking $6400. it has a CRF450X stock exhaust (5hp right there no more catalytic converters in the way), acerbis hand guards, IRC trials tires on it now, can throw in the original knobbies also. extra rear sprocket, newer chain 2-3 rides on it. have all the lights and mirrors (they are just off the bike). the all wheel drive can be turned off and on with a lever on the handle bars.
I might consider trades for a two stroke, Husqvarna wr300, 300 beta or gasgas maybe a ktm, as long as i can plate them in New Mexico. I also would trade for a Christini 300, or 1998 or newer land cruiser.
bike has 16xx on the odometer.
No Emails, no text, serious buyers only no tire kickers or joy rides. 5O5-2six3-87five2
Hey Sniper, I got it all back together again, fired it up yesterday, sounds MEAN. Lots more details to finish before a test ride, maybe today. Hopefully it won't buck me off, I'll try to hang on for 8 seconds.
1986 KLR 250. Yes, it's mine. Great little bike but the wife wants something a little newer and lighter with the magic button. Lots of scratches, but runs well with a new battery and like new tires. I'm about 10 miles east of Parker.
Agreed, these are shit bike with a shit engine that's usually burning oil and ratting at $30k.
Best left for somone else....
really good shape, rebuilt by myself .
Willing to do best offer.
Now that's a motorcycle! Rule Britannia.
Interesting little bike. 64 Kawasaki 120 enduro.
I had the 1969 version of the 120 Roadrunner...got me thru my first year of HS when I got my permit/license.
I thought maybe they'd be the same bike, but I don't see the dual range lever on the left case. Mine was an 8 spd / dual range, with an 'endless loop' shift pattern.
From neutral, down for first...down again for 2nd, 3rd, 4th - and down again you were in neutral. Up for 4th, 3rd, etc.
Great little bike, had the same rotary valve engine that was a strong runner.
Once I had my license though, I craved something big enough to go places and bought my X6 Hustler.
These 120's are cool though. I think this one might be newer than a '64 though, maybe a '67.
Nice, not Norton nice but nice.
1979 XS 1100
New Fork seals
Fresh oil and filter
$999 or best offer no Trades
Cash only no spam or time waisters.
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looks like a xs1100s or special, different gas tank and wheels...
It's a Special
But is it the Special of the day?
I know, just adding a little info the op left out. As it does make a slight difference to some, especially parts ordering for one or the other. I had one, functionally they should be about the same... but too bad it isn't a xs1100 standard that would be a deal for me. It will still go forever and looks like it doesn't need anything, it would be a good bike for someone
I like the XS1100 'standard' too, the lines are timeless and tasteful. Same with the original XS750 triple (vs. the Specials).
A riding buddy in Vegas had three 1100's, two were essentially parts bike to keep the nice one running - they were all tired and had seen many miles and below average care....so they were in the beater category to me.
Still pretty strong though. I rode his once out in the SoCal desert and the spindly fork tubes were a little sketchy - but it was a solid bike
YAMAHA XS11 1979 MOTORCYCLE 1100cc 4cyl - $2000 (Pueblo)
I have to sell this great motorcycle to help pay for college and a wedding.
I'll be sad to let it go, but I have to sell my Yamaha and my old 4x4 ford.
It's perfect twin sister just sold May 18th in Chicago on ebay for $7,700.00
with 11 bidders and 31 bids. I know that is Chicago and I know that is ebay,
still that's significant value for someone's almost perfect 34 year old bike.
All the old bikes I looked at had the same old problem - bad carburetors.
After more than 20 years, the rubber diaphragms inside the carbs got holes
They really couldn't run right no matter what you did. So, I
invested $400 ($100 each) in having theYamaha's stock carbs rebuilt with new diaphragms.
The bike is all set for the next 20.
This 34 year old classic isn't perfect, but from 3 feet away she looks every bit
as good as the one on ebay - same stock burgundy color with gold pinstripes,
same perfect seat, and same brilliant chrome.
And, this Yamaha runs incredibly strong and amazing with four cylinders, 1101cc, and 95HP.
Didn't get the original owner's manual or tool kit.
If these just did not have that ugly, square, headlight.
2000 zx-12r 1,300 miles for $4500 no reserve. only 1 day left! :eek1