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    Please delete

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    Undo every one of those mods except for maybe the exhaust, drop the price by 50% and we'll talk
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    Fuck all of you guys. Get into your little circle jerk and have fun. Thought this may be a pretty cool message board but damn, you guys are assholes.

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    Thanks but no thanks.

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    How about a few sales photos that actually show the bike?

    It will be good when you find all the missing parts, and finish " the build ". You should go do it before the sale is done.

    BTW, how hard is it to fit a tail light, so it's square?

    I say it's worth every penny of 900 bucks. Good luck in the sale.

    Danger, is my business."

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    Almost four grand? For the bike in the pics? Looks like EVERY single bolt on that thing is rusted. Cable adjusters, rusted. Chain, rusted. Cheap ass plastic fuel filter that is probably 10+ yrs old and almost looks red from all the rust that is surely still in the tank. Tires, old and bald. If the bike has really been ridden, that rear brake light would be in pieces, eaten by the tire with those pogo stick shocks still in use.

    Yea, good luck getting your FIRM asking price.

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    Yep, now I think of it, that's the reason there are no good pictures of it. It's old and rusty, faded and generally neglected.

    Danger, is my business."

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    Thanks for all of constructive criticisms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brentgolding View Post
    Thanks for all of constructive criticisms.
    It's your nickel, your advert.

    Try lubing the chain.

    Danger, is my business."

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    Nice dent in the fuel tank.

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    Good one.

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