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Old 04-08-2003, 04:24 PM
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Default O/T..My old Harley sale on EBAY..

THis is my bike. I'm selling to contribute to my boat fund. Give a look for you or a friend.

Thanks, Greg.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...tem=2410602058
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Old 04-09-2003, 12:11 AM
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Over 40 people looked at this post and no comments. Not even "damn thats ugly".
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Bad ASS bike!!!


Wish I had a place for it!!
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Nice bike! My buddy just picked up an Iron Horse last week .
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Nice bike!...okay (other than the front
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Nice bike. Can you show a pic of the damage to the front? Your discription of the damage sounds major.
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Wow, someone is willing to pay $8,000 for a bike that doesn't even hold air in the front tire!

Just kidding. You should get some good cash for that. It looks good. Just not in the market.
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The damage isn't that bad. The bike will need a new frame. The upside is you get a NEW title. It will have to come apart(about 3 hrs. for a good mech.). The front wheel, downtubes, and fender are ruined. The rest of the bike is Cherry. I just have a boating bug(and a second bike) so it's got to go. i DO HAVE MORE PICS, AND CAN SEND. Email me and I'll send 'em out.

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"Light front-end collision damage gas tank, front wheel, fork tubes, fender and frame damage. Needs repair."

Im not trying to start anything here but there is no such thing as "light damge" to the front end of a motorcycle. If it wasnt such a beautiful custom piece it would be worth nothing. A cafe bike with bent forks and frame is junk.

Did you biuld it yourself or have someone else do it? It is a sweet ride.
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Did most of the non-mechanical work myself. Farmed out paint,mechanical and a few other things. Don't trust myself when it comes to mechanical things that can break at 70+mph and kill me.

The bike is worth the money for someone who wants to spend a little time, and maybe 10k, and have a true showstopper Harley. Like I said, with a new frame comes a new title, new bike, period. Mechanically, I've never had even a minor problem. If you can do some labor or Paint yourself you may even make a few $$. Was not a hard collision, the frame bent because it was stretched 5" and raked out in front.

I just want to move it now so I can upgrade my Summer boat. I have a second bike and I don't really need the BAR HOPPER anymore.
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