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to see the bike
1. go to ebay
2. search cafe racer
3. click the motorcycles tab on the left side
4. it is the second bike on the list


No RESERVE!!! I am starting the bid super low!

This is a Sweet Kawasaki kz650 made into a cafe racer. We spent alot of time and effort building this cafe racer. To say this cutomized kz650 looks better than it did when we started. The bike is very quick and last time I road it, it could ton up it has a cafe racer build and feel to it. But you dont buy these bikes for the speed you buy them for the vintage feel and look. id rather ride this than a new crotch rocket.


New Seat,
New Paint
New Ignition System
New Handle Bars
New Points and Timing
New Rear Tire
New Battery
New Carb Job
New Spark Plugs
New 4-1 Exhaust, (works great needs muffler baffle)

This motorcycle ran great before i started working on it and tuning it up, it was not a junker that i made into a custom, it was a great bike that i road on a weekly basis before i started my costom work on it.

It has clip on handle bars that were hard to find, a two tone custom paint job with red and charcoal, it has new pod filters with tuning done to the air intake that it will run properly. lots of time and parts put into this thing. that has been put into this motorcycle and it was a great motorcycle to start out with!

its really quick but not to much bike, it could be a great starter bike

It really needs a muffler baffle and thats about it......

oh yeah i forgot it has a custom tail light break light turn signal light from a newer cbr motorcycle.

i am selling it to pay for parts and labor on a car that i bought.

its got like 14k original miles on it.
 

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seriously? you didn't think that list was always going to stay in the same order, did you? you didn't think it would be more helpful, to yourself and others, to maybe include the ebay listing? I won't even bring up the first post to sell crap on ebay deal.
 

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dude,

are you new to computers and the internet? how about an auction number in your ad here? how about a hyperlink? who is the "we" that spent a lot of time and money selling this bike? what is hard to find about clip-ons? are they made out of petrified monkey scrotums? it's got like how many actual miles on it (hint: look at the odometer) as "like 14K" doesn't tell me shit. please don't get me started on the grammar and misspellings in your "ad" here.
 

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Like you think it's worth 6500 with a buy it now price for a bike that's not even half built?? Let see - looks like the original exhaust was hacked off under the bike, stock shocks, nothing on the bike has been polished "like" engine covers, front forks and etc. Missing tank emblems.."like" you couldn't have covered them up with a little auto fill before you threw a paint job at it. A real crappy seat cover and a license plate that looks like it's nailed to the rear seat.

The only thing I can say about your bike is it might make a good starter bike for someone to do a real project with. If you get offered more than 1100 dollars - I'll like fall off my chair..
 

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That seat is sweet man, looks like you threw a dead animal in a trash bag and strapped it to the bike.

 

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LOL
Love the hacked up stock bike trend as cafe racers

Crap work is crap work, but why does everyone think that if they say its not crap then its not?
 

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quote:Originally posted by TSwami

That seat is sweet man, looks like you threw a dead animal in a trash bag and strapped it to the bike.

hell yeah it's a new seat....it says so in his "advertisement."

New Seat
 

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US postal service school of tail section design as well. I wonder if he cut up an actual mailbox or just used one as a pattern buck. If he cut one up that would be a federal crime and then his bike would have street cred as an accessory to hackery.
 

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quote:Originally posted by bmartin

The bike got one bid for a "G" and sold...about right for what it was..
One bid by a bidder with one feedback point.

Shill bidding fail as well, it seems......
 
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