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Discussion in 'Airheads' started by Lounge, Jan 20, 2017.
1983 BMW R80 - $4,200
1986 BMW R80 RT - $1,900 (GARDINER)
Neat, but a bit dinged up.
Another dreamer.....At that price it would seriously need a "serious buyer"
I think I've seen this one somewhere before... https://honolulu.craigslist.org/oah/mcy/d/honolulu-garage-queen-bmw/7189335193.html
A friend of mine restored that R80, apparently the guy who bought it has a bad back and can't ride. Bummer for him.
Jeez, wish my conversion would sell so I could get that 88 GSPD. She's beautiful.
96k miles before having the transmission rebuilt. I like that. I'm only at 68k
"Jeez, wish my conversion would sell so I could get that 88 GSPD."
Kind of like waiting for your house to sell so you can buy another one with a bigger garage.
I've absolutely been there!
Where is it listed?
Anyone look into this? It keeps getting reposted every few weeks. First time I saw the ad three months ago I emailed the guy asking for more photos and info. What I got back was exactly what was in the ad. Seems like a well equipped bike (G/S PD tank, dual plugged, relocated oil cooler) at a fair price and should have been gone long ago.
What’s behind the curtain?
1979 BMW R100RT - $3,800
I shouldn’t like this given the faring, but I oddly do. What I don’t like is the price, and the seller posting it in the parts section to avoid the few dollar fee to post it in the correct section.
That’s pretty cool as a classic conversion but I agree, forget the price
Where can I find a set of "bronze exhaust nuts"?
On that bike apparently lol.
But still needs bungie straps on the Krausers...
"What I don’t like is the price, and the seller posting it in the parts section to avoid the few dollar fee to post it in the correct section."
This makes sense about Craigslist having fees now and why I happened to find my 95 gspd in the motorcycle parts section a few months ago