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Discussion in 'GS Boxers' started by moosemeat, Apr 19, 2011.
if it was a diesel that required only two wires to run i'd say it was an awesome deal, for a go cart.
2nd if - if it ever runs i'll buy you a beer... and we ought to be able to get 500 other of these fuckers watching to chip in for your efforts too.
I want to see pics!!!!!!
Looks like a real project, I would have taken it on had it been local to me.
One time I pulled an old Honda 70cc trail bike out of a local river. It was submerged for a while, maybe years. I put some work into it and after some money and time, got the thing going and had fun with it. It's not the same as fire/heat damage, but who cares! Get it going and have some fun.
Pics are needed.
That'll buff out, no problem.
Man up and show us the pictures of your progress. Until then, it didn't happen.
It's currently for sale on Orlando's craigslist for $8k...mostly restored.
and it looks like shit.....in my opinion
Wow..look at the performance of that fire retardant foam in the seat.......
You've nae vision.......would have prefered to have started where he started from though!
P.S. What # was that one out of the limited batch-for future reference?
Hard to tell from the pictures, but I think the bike doesn't have the instrument panel.
I thought he sold the cast wheels in the lower pictures?
Looks better than a barbecued bike, but I would have stuck with the blue color. The red is almost too much happening.
this is awesome! i want to check it out here in orlando
Does it run?
That bike is sick! Good price too. Surprised its not sold yet.
hey now, don't get me wrong. I think you did an excellent job bringing it back from what it was. I don't know, maybe the pictures posted don't do the red/black justice. I (of course) am jealous you got an HP2 for so little, that is awesome. I think you should post some nicer photos to give the color scheme more credit.
I think the fire retardant comment referred to this picture:
Looks like seat foam held up remarkably well in the fire, no?
Wish this was on the west coast, I'd buy it in a second. Assuming it runs.
Will appreciate more photos and details of the work done.
I know that it is not easy bringing back a bike from that state.