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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-29-2009, 01:59 PM Thread Starter
 
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$100 parts bike

anyone need a parts bike?

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-29-2009, 02:05 PM
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Wow. Even I would be reluctant to bring that baby home... but undoubtedly there's some stuff in the engine block that's been hiding from the weather!

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Wow. Even I would be reluctant to bring that baby home... but undoubtedly there's some stuff in the engine block that's been hiding from the weather!
ya, she is rough.
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UGLY , but there are a lot of parts still there. Note the key in the ignition=ready to go

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I'd buy it if it wasn't so dang far away. last summer I bought a 1981 yamaha maxim for $60- no engine or drive train and it had been down a few times Sold the parts for $360 total.... it took a year, but it was worth the investment... the frame aloe would be worth $100

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... the frame alone would be worth $100
ya, i'd like to take it, stretch the frame and tank out and make it a hardtail. then i'd drop my motor in it. if i only knew how to weld.
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Its only about 45 minutes from me. Does anyone seriously think they can do something with it? I'll pick it up and hold for ya if you think you can do it some justice. Just throwin' it out there...
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well, I won't be anywhere hear PA any time otherwise I would take it...

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