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    1981 CM400T

    Im trying to decide if I should buy this honda CM for 350 dollars. I have a few pictures and a few ideas of what I could do to it if I decide to pick it up. There going to let me go ahead a fix it up and if I decide that I dont want it then they'll pay for all the repairs. The only real problem at the moment seems to be the carburetors. I dunno from what Ive read on the forums some people seem to have it out the CM.
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    Save your money and find something better. I had one last year and now it's just a bare frame as I tossed the engine into another bike.
    Once your dead, life just ain\'t worth living.

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    Save your money and find something better. I had one last year and now it's just a bare frame as I tossed the engine into another bike.
    Once your dead, life just ain\'t worth living.

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    heavy, slow, ugly, but the motor is often described as "having a lot of pep" by the step through crowd.
    take a pass and fill in your bio.
    cheers, bcr

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    heavy, slow, ugly, but the motor is often described as "having a lot of pep" by the step through crowd.
    take a pass and fill in your bio.
    cheers, bcr

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    Really even for 350 dollars even considering that I just got back the shop and its in really good condition!?!??!

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