Old's Cool Flea Market - See first post for Tips & Rules

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

  1. JLeather

    JLeather Bike Butcherer

    Aug 15, 2010
    Oh man, my first bike! If I wasn't wayyy too big these days for a 200 I'd have to put this in my garage.
  2. Derek_S

    Derek_S Been here awhile

    Nov 13, 2015
    Charlotte, NC
    Maybe a long shot but worth a try here with the adventure crowd. I have a 1998 Triumph Tiger (carburetor version) in great shape, 30k miles. I like this bike a lot but find myself wanting another airhead (looking at Guzzis too :eek:) . I especially am interested in a monolever RS or a paralever bike, GS or R model perhaps. I'm in Charlotte NC and could add cash for the right swap. I'm also interested in a hack to enjoy with my daughter.

    I'm valuing the tiger at approx 3500-3800 in trade with recent maintenance and upgrades/farkles.

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  3. Robb

    Robb Long timer Supporter

    Aug 4, 2005
    just west of Milwaukee WI
    UPDATE: bike has currently 32,401 miles

    I've got an older touring bike for sale. Sussex Wisconsin, just west of Milwaukee. Bought this so I'd have something comfy that could haul stuff, for my trips up north. Last week another inmate traded me a very cool Royal Star Tour Deluxe for something else I had, so I find myself with TWO comfortable and practical bikes, which just won't do. Need to sell one or the other. Here's the retro rig, a 1986 Kawasaki Voyager XII. I love this bike, and by the way it's the best "cool weather" motorcycle I've ever owned, exceptional weather protection for the upper body and the legs. Starts and runs beautifully, no weird handling issues, just smooth. Bought a new set of Pirellis, the rear is mounted (has under 100 miles on it), the front is not mounted, but is included. Last week I put a new battery in ($129), battery light stays lit on the dash, not sure what that's about. Choke cable missing, easy enough to just pull it out from the left side. I've got the matching trunk. Clear WI title. Bring $1650, ride it home .. or anywhere else you want to go.

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  4. Prmurat

    Prmurat Long timer

    Oct 28, 2011
    Scottsdale, AZ
    What is the mileage?
  5. bigtex

    bigtex Rocky Mountain High

    Feb 10, 2006
    Northern Colorado
    Selling my 1984 Honda GL1200 with mods. $2,200

    Located in Greeley, Colorado, about an hour north of Denver.

    I rescued this up about 5 years ago, a true barn find. The plan was garage fun, turn it in to a café racer. Got halfway through that and then stumbled across a set of 1982 Honda CBX bodywork and said, “Hmmm…”

    So that’s what we have, a 1984 Honda “GLX”, one of a kind. Starts, runs and drives like an 80’s Goldwing should. Brakes, forks, oils, timing belt, plugs, tires, fuel pump all new. Has mounts for CBX saddlebags but I’m keeping the hard bags for a CBX I just picked up. Installed leather bags that look pretty spiffy. Had the carbs rebuilt and cleaned by a local Goldwing guy. Added fog lights and GPS. Headlights, brake lights, turn signals all work. New windshield. Custom seat looks way better than stock. Pipes are very authoritative, a tad too loud for me if I was keeping it. You could always swap them with some take-offs for cheap from Craigslist or even go back to stock.

    Just needs a new paint job, either original CBX Altair White (decals are still available) or whatever you want to make it yours. Bike has about 55k miles.

    I would love to keep playing with it but I bought 2 bikes in the last few months and need the space and time.

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