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    Senior Member jaguar's Avatar
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    thats the red on that was on ebay. very cool bike.
    i love the tank pad on the CB200.

    There is the right way, the wrong way and the british way to do anything!

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    champ was that red one urs? man i was eye'n that one alot! it is fantastic. kind of an inspiration to me when i just got my cl.

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    it's a 175 but i used the cb200 tank and they general bike is pretty close




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    quote:


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    I'm going to make mine look pretty much like that one^^^,but use a Manx style seat,same mufflers,no side covers,no chain guard,short rear fender,small or no front fender,Silver paint(little darker than the stock silver) and converting it to drum brake front wheel.

    Mine looks just like champs now,but his appears to be in much better condition.

    Really though if you have one of these CB200Ts with a good title and it can be restored without too much effort then you can probably get/make more money fixing it back to stock and selling it. They can bring $700-1,200 in nice condition and low miles if you find the right buyer.

    https://www.caferacer.net/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=5488



    Edited by - coolatula on Jan 25 2008 08:49:26 AM

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    i had one that i sold for $500...it was only one step up form a parts bike.
    seems the little hondas are bringing big money

    There is the right way, the wrong way and the british way to do anything!

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    quote:
    i had one that i sold for $500...it was only one step up form a parts bike.
    seems the little hondas are bringing big money

    There is the right way, the wrong way and the british way to do anything!
    True,some of it may be because they were only imported for like three years and were relatively expensive for their size compared to the competition.

    They styled it after the larger SS bikes and that added cost that buyers weren't willing to fork over for such a small bike.
    I don't think Honda sold a lot compared to their larger/better value machines or compared to their competition.


    Buyers in the U.S. equate small as cheap/large as expensive and not quality. GM figured that out and pulled the wool over Sheeples heads for decades by spitting out absolute pieces of crap(cars/parts DESIGNED to fail) which Sheeple still bought into and bought up.


    https://www.caferacer.net/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=5488

    Edited by - coolatula on Jan 26 2008 08:18:42 AM

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    So I take it we don't know who this wonderful bike belongs to?

    I took this picture of it at Mid-Ohio in 2007.



    And this bike was right up the path from it:


    I didn't realize I would be buying one, myself (this last weekend), or I would have taken MANY more pictures and asked the people questions!


    And here is mine! (a little rough!


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    scott.v's. he's somewhere round here.
    or here http://www.netrider.net.au/forums/viewtopic.php?t=52983

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    Here is a link to a few pics of my CB200, I bought this from Champ last year. I hope to be headed to the local MC salvage yard to find rearsets for it today. I cut down a FMF , supertrapp style muffler yesterday at work that will be grafted to the CL high pipes. This little 200 is an absolute blast for ripping around town on , and actually I did 2 rides last year that were both over 100 miles in a day. The little Cb was NOT happy after that...................

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