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post #1 of 12 Old 04-16-2008, 09:40 AM Thread Starter
 
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305 Scrambler!

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...TODAY.m238.lVI

This is an unreal deal from what I have been seeing last two years, if it were on this side of the country and if I had a job right now I'd buy it.
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post #2 of 12 Old 04-16-2008, 09:56 AM
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No thanks; make mine a 305 Superhawk


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Thats real pretty, scrambler has the better motor though.

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What nice bikes. Those tanks are really beautiful.

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Now that's what I'd like to get my hands on!

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No thanks; make mine a 305 Superhawk
I just noticed my nieghbor pulling one of these out for the commute to work this morning. Looks like it is in real nice condition. I look forward to getting a closer look at.

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I just noticed my nieghbor pulling one of these out for the commute to work this morning. Looks like it is in real nice condition. I look forward to getting a closer look at.
Find out more info. If it is indeed a superhawk, it is collectible.

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Mike I got a little closer look at the machine last night. Up close it is far from mint. The only information I could find on the machine was on the lower case. It was marked CB77E. I am not sure if this is the real thing. With a little work it could be a very nice bike.

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Just did a little Googling and it seems the CB77E is indeed the SuperHawk engine. See what the guy wants for it!




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Superhawks were slow, the Scrambler had opposing fire crank in it, they rocked!

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I drove that critter everywhere for about three years, all I recall ever doing was fixing a crack in the front fender bracket and chain guard bracket from vibration, maybe a light bulb or two. We raced the hell outta them in the dirt. . . . . . . . .
"Scrambles" the word Motocross wasn't even used around here back then yet.

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