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I've got three bikes for sale two registered insured giro bikes that have already run giros with no breakdowns.

1965 Honda CB160, around 3-4000 original miles ( I forget), new tires, tubes, battery, everything works. Spares including almost complete engine $1200

1967 Sears/Gilera 106, something like 2-3000 original miles, new tires etc. spare engine and various NOS parts. $800

Both are registered, titled, insured etc.

1974 Hodaka Dirt Squirt, full size 100cc dirt bike about 8/10 condition, has period aftermarket chamber and hammerhead shocks. $1000 firm.

Bikes are in the Saratoga NY area. Can delivery in a 100 mile radius for free. Not sure if I can get them to the track cause the trailer is usually completely full of race bikes.
Contact me at jbranson"at"nycap.rr.com if interested.
Thanks,
JohnnyB

PS. Pics and details can be seen here:

http://www.jrbranson.com/showandtell-2.htm

Edited by - jbranson on Jun 03 2007 2:41:07 PM

The Sears/Gilera is now sold.

Edited by - jbranson on Jun 03 2007 7:03:55 PM
 

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Wow, that Gilera sold fast.

Good thing too, now my marriage will not be in jepardy over buying another bike.

Though you still have the honda......

Who got the 106?
 

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your marriage has been injeopardy since you started liking m otorcycles.


And no, I won't sleep with you, or ever shar a room with you . . . .. GO TO THE TRACK DAY . .. ...
 

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Evil,

I started liking motorcycles even before I started liking girls (except Wendy in 3rd grade, she was still hot 40 years later)...Got my first honda in 1966 at age 11.

But, I think my wife is about fed up with the motorcycle obession. She says she has no idea why anyone needs more than 8 motorcycles.

Yeah, I'm doing the track day. Driving up to the Red Roof late Tuesday. Hope I can finish work early so I am there before 10.

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Nice Hodaka - my dad has an Ace 100 B that he bought new in '71 - it still runs good, but it jumps out of gear real easy.

Once I got done rebuilding the CB450, I was gonna take a try at restoring the Hodaka - I learned to ride on that bike. Lots of fond memories on that bike...

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The 106 went to a USCRA Member to be used as the Giro Press Bike.

The CB160 is still avialable but I'm getting offers, just depends on who makes a decision and gets here first.

The Hodaka is nice...the best deal of the bunch to my mind. The main reason I'm selling it is that it's too nice to actually ride around on my property and tear up.
By the way, they make a shifter spring kit to fix the popping out of gear problem.
JohnnyB
 
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