Post a pic of your latest purchase

Lol. For outside NYC area 300 bucks. Im only keeping the motor and frae,the rest is useless to me so ill likeky get my 300 back
 
Not a purchase really, but it cost me a tank of gas. picked up a 1974 and 1976 gt550 and a ts100 got thrown on the trailer last minute as well lol... the 550's are going to be given to dad. He had one when he was just out of high school.
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Most fun ive had under 30 mph. Flips like a burger joint employee.



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My latest purchase, back in June...

1998 Honda VTR1000FW Super Hawk 996 V-twin with Yoshimura exhaust, frame sliders, paddock stand spools, tank bra, and steering damper added; also thermometer and clock on top yoke.

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Photo shows the only damage on the bike, slight rash on right side fairing at the vent area, and a bit of rash on the same side engine cover. I already pulled the carbs and gas tank, cleaned everything, and installed a new battery. All the wear stuff (tires, chain, oil) are at 75% of available life or better.

Pipes put out a MEAT-EATING growl, and the bike is DANGEROUS for squids and idiots. Otherwise, amazing and very nice bike.

I bought this bike to help a friend out of a jam just after selling 3 bikes and having play money in my pocket. Now, I need my play money back, so it's for sale.

Do the Ton? EASILY!
 
Pulled the trigger and ordered this for my CB350F.......would have like the real deal, but way out of my price range.
 

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WhyNot said:
Pulled the trigger and ordered this for my CB350F.......would have like the real deal, but way out of my price range.

My dad runs that brand on his FJR. Install was a bit fiddly, but they sound really good.
 
Picked up a 78' KZ400 with a spare motor today. Has the tank and sidecovers too. A little crusty but not too bad. Was a rider until last year, thus the spare motor. 100$
 

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Picked this up today from the original owner. Super excited to get it back on the road after 35 years of sitting.

Later, Doug


Sweet! A '78 I assume? :D

Looks like it shouldn't take a ton to get it up and running. 8)
 
Drewski said:
Sweet! A '78 I assume? :D

Looks like it shouldn't take a ton to get it up and running. 8)


It's a '77 with 10,702 original miles. Still on factory tires even. The bike is a nice survivor but not perfect. It's going to need new tires, battery, carb clean with new fuel and vacuum lines, and both brake systems rebuilt.

Should be a fun daily rider when I get it roadworthy again.

Later, Doug
 
New first gen frontier
 

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Ok, maybe these aren't FOR a bike, but they were funded FROM a bike sale!
 

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