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This is a discussion on Seriously....not a penny less. within the General forums, part of the Caferacer.net Forums category; http://omaha.craigslist.org/mcy/1654800088.html I think the pic is too far away to see the gold plating. But hell, its got one dem V motor thingys....

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    Seriously....not a penny less.

    http://omaha.craigslist.org/mcy/1654800088.html


    I think the pic is too far away to see the gold plating.

    But hell, its got one dem V motor thingys.
    \"I came to kick ass and chew bubble gum...and Im all outta gum.\"

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    That's funny, a few weeks ago there was a thread here where someone made this remark while discussing the mindlessness of the modern motorcyclist:

    "kind of like a mix of crotch rocket and cruiser"
    as if there were no other bike in history that these two options descended from.




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    That's funny, a few weeks ago there was a thread here where someone made this remark while discussing the mindlessness of the modern motorcyclist:

    "kind of like a mix of crotch rocket and cruiser"
    as if there were no other bike in history that these two options descended from.




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    -\'72 Yamaha R5/RD350 hybrid
    -\'77 XS650
    -\'47 Harley U flathead
    -a bunch of other old Jap bikes

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    proper book on that ride is $1550.

    so he should take a hundred thousand pennies less if he wants to actually sell it.

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    proper book on that ride is $1550.

    so he should take a hundred thousand pennies less if he wants to actually sell it.

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    "He who controls the past, controls the future." - Orwell.

    The propaganda machine in the market today would make you believe there are, and have only been two options for choosing a motorcycle.

    So it is, the way they say it is....isn't it?

    \"I came to kick ass and chew bubble gum...and Im all outta gum.\"

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    "He who controls the past, controls the future." - Orwell.

    The propaganda machine in the market today would make you believe there are, and have only been two options for choosing a motorcycle.

    So it is, the way they say it is....isn't it?

    \"I came to kick ass and chew bubble gum...and Im all outta gum.\"

    73 CL350

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    quote:
    "kind of like a mix of crotch rocket and cruiser"
    as if there were no other bike in history that these two options descended from.
    thats from my rant
    that guy is an idiot. i figure (i see it all the time) he used the "excellent" line of the NADA guide. w/o first reading that it meant Concourse quality mint bike. Museum piece stuff.

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    quote:
    "kind of like a mix of crotch rocket and cruiser"
    as if there were no other bike in history that these two options descended from.
    thats from my rant
    that guy is an idiot. i figure (i see it all the time) he used the "excellent" line of the NADA guide. w/o first reading that it meant Concourse quality mint bike. Museum piece stuff.

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    Damn we better all haul ass to omaha to get that thing! What a deal!

    Lol

    Just like that loose collection of harley parts I saw the other week that someone called an "easy project" for 7k was so easy I coulda been riding the next day. Somehow nothing about pressing the crank back together puts it in the easy project catergory!
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