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post #1 of 23 Old 05-22-2009, 07:55 PM Thread Starter
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hey everyone it is you lucky day(s)
I am in the process of selling some bikes now. time to size down,i cant stop spending money on the 9er so other toys moving out.
so here is a list of stuff thats going, i dont have pictures for all of them now but will by the end of the weekend.
first is a 83 xl100. 99% rdy to rock and roll. has been being ridden for the past 2 years. its kinda like a xr100 conversion. and will keep up with a 04 xr100. pic is here. i do have pics if interested. $800 limited WT price

second is a (forgot the year) cb450 cafe is about 85% complete if interset pm me for a list of stuff i would do if i was to keep it. it does run really really good. rebuilt engine carbs forks you name it been there done that. dont have a price yet.


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3rd bike is a xl125 really have not done much to it. new tires new chain and sprockets. new fork seals, runs great. looking for $750 no working lights dont have the time or money to fix (pictures coming)

4th bike is a MT250 rebuilt engine had a bad crank bearing so went right through it, besides that and the tires/ chain sprockets forkseals bike is completly stock and is quiet nice (pics and price coming)

5th bike is a ct90 k5 total restoration school bus yellow fixed/replaced everything great bike great fun (pics and price coming)

6th bike is act90k5 total restoration in olive drab and again went right through it. (pics and price coming)

my freind also has a 883 sportster he needs outa his garage.

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When I get back from my travels ... I'm going to have to ride to your place on a Saturday morning!

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well i hope that is soon, i need these nice bikes gone.

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I'm really liking that 450


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well i hope that is soon, i need these nice bikes gone.
I'm back in Mass next Sunday. I'm going to have to suffer and enjoy Cancun today and tomorrow and then Brazil next week before I return on Saturday night-Sunday morning. The soonest would be that first Saturday in June. I do need an excuse to get away for half a Satruday and boogie home for a soccer game in the afternoon. Time ... so little of it!

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ok, they are for sale locally too. anyone that you are interested in? if so i wont push it quiet so hard.

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I would love to take the 450 off yor hands but I'm afraid to know what the price is

Looks awesome though...


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I agree with McC about the 450. I heart honda's early twins! I wish you the best of luck, and you have some killer looking stuff in your garage!

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That 450 is just sick lookin...Man I love it How does it ride? I gots to know


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that has been a ongoing project for 8yrs. started it before i went to mmi, got it back in last year did somemore work to it. never took it more than a mile at a time. always somthing to fix or tweak. i have been told my many old timers that it is one of the best running 450s they have ever heard. i have drilled holes into the intake boots to hook up my carb sync gauges and have it running soo great i cant stand myself. it will be going through my shop soon to get it retuned and running. i will take a video and pics with the new 10mega pix cam. lot better than the old 1mega pix.

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hey just added up some numbers.
would really really like to get 1600 for the 450 but i would be able to move around a little on that. plus depending on final numbers a may donate another couple hundred bucks to WT

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3rd bike is a xl125 really have not done much to it. new tires new chain and sprockets. new fork seals, runs great. looking for $750 no working lights dont have the time or money to fix (pictures coming)
sold

4th bike is a MT250 rebuilt engine had a bad crank bearing so went right through it, besides that and the tires/ chain sprockets forkseals bike is completly stock and is quiet nice (pics and price coming)

5th bike is a ct90 k5 total restoration school bus yellow fixed/replaced everything great bike great fun (pics and price coming)

6th bike is act90k5 total restoration in olive drab and again went right through it. (pics and price coming)

my freind also has a 883 sportster he needs outa his garage.
sold the 125

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hey just added up some numbers.
would really really like to get 1600 for the 450 but i would be able to move around a little on that. plus depending on final numbers a may donate another couple hundred bucks to WT

1600 ... Damn that is tempting...A shame your so far away


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thats ok i understand that you would let this great bike slip though your finger tips just because of a little mileage.

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I'm in Va Beach, Your in Vermont...I have limited time for travel so thats a big distance to cover


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ohhhhh i see 1600 or so miles just too much for you to handle, i understand. any real motorcycle lovers out there want it?
















btw i completly understand. i could strip er down for ya box it up and send it on down

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Even if you met me half way that is still a drive...Great bike non the less


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free bump man those are nice looking

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What's the 450 need in your opinion to make it 100%? Time, parts, money, etc.

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if i was to keep this to ride, rear lights may need work, they work just not the nicest looking wiring in the world.

rear sets dont feel quiet right like they may not hold up to you weight riding hard.

rear brake rod feels alot like a spring so fix that.
they above this may just be me wanting it perfect, and are the only thing holding me back from riding it.

if i was to just have a nice bike in the garage and not ride it, i would still do the above plus repaint/powdercoat the frame. the paint did not stick well to the epoxy primer. and back when i started this powder coating was not around the area and was not affordable. and a few other little odds and ends that has started rusting. wheel spacers and such. i will have it out this next week hopfully to snap a few pictures.

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I'm in Va Beach, Your in Vermont...I have limited time for travel so thats a big distance to cover
But halfway for you is such easy highway cruising.

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here is the yellow ct90, it is a 1 kicker







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