Discussion in 'Classifieds' started by Kingwj, Mar 13, 2010.
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How much did you give for it?
Wow that was fast, I saw it just before I posted, he was asking $1300 USD or bang bang trades.
Bargain ............US import and still a lot of money to spend on it to get it legal and on the road...........that's without the rest to make it a good reliable runner and depending on what sort of appearance you want as well.............
Ive been trying to get this guy to part out his bike. But hes wanting to sell it as is. If I had $400 I would consider getting to my place. He seems to be actively lowering the price too.
He started out at $500.00. When he gets down to $20.00 that will be twice what it`s worth.
BTW That`s not a 77.
I`m not a Face Book member and never will be but "This is a $500.00 bike"
I believe that's a '79 Special. If you really need it, $50 to $100 might be OK. That's on of those things you might have to pay someone to haul off if he hangs onto it too long.
Interesting. Yeah im interested in the exhaust and blinkers and such. Maybe some cover latches if he has any in good shape. Any accessory items that might be salvagable.
Exhaust you can buy new. That one will be a POS. Check MikesXS and other vendors for latches and accessory items. Once you remove the junk from that bike, you may have some good bones, but you may not get what you came for.
$2600. For my area i think this is a good deal.
Great pics of the front & rear tire. Would have been better to see a side view pic of the whole bike.
When you have seen one Maxim, you've seen them all
Anyone recognize this front fork brace?
I found some Enduro braces that look similar. Does the bolt pattern look higher in the front mounting hole than the rear?
There were a lot of those U shaped aluminum fork braces sold back in the day. We've had noodly motorcycle forks for a long time.
That fork brace does not look like it was made for a xs650. Looks to be for a smaller bike. I really like that type of brace. Looks racy.
Looks like an excellent product for JMC manufacturing. Right @Jim ?
Bet with a 50 ton press you could "bowl" the top so it would match a fender's sweep
Lets make it a consortium. You cut 'em out, I'll bend 'em and send 'em on to Kansas where Phil can drill 'em full of holes. Then on to Az where Bob does the final polish. Well call it "Worst Coast Customs."
Wurst case Kustoms _ Don't get your sausage in a knot"
Logo's done. Draw up the LLC.
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