Discussion in 'Hangout Lounge' started by Polock, Mar 3, 2017.
The one with the quickest draw on their wallet/check book?
1982 Yamaha xj
If I had the money the trailer would be hooked up and I'd be there already!
I'm sorta tempted to snap up this cheap oldie... but, alas, one project at a time!
I'm surprised the tailpipes are there. Didn't those rust out pretty quick on the TX's?
don't everyone jump at once
rare or not, I'm just not a fan of that style.
Hey if anyone is looking for an XJ650 seca I can have a look at it for you. It’s about a half hour north of Boston near me.
if i had room, i'd be looking at that turbo
that is very close.......hmmmmmm
are you in southern nh? I want this bike but there’s no way I could sell the #2 maxim in time to be able to pick up this seca
Don't see many Seca's come up in Victoria.
Here's a nice looking 82 XJ1100 Maxam.
How do these preform compared to, say, a 85 XJ700?
I'm diggin' it
60 miles from Canada, so its just down the street
The 1100 is heavy and only after 80 mph is it any better. If you want to do a lot of 2 up hwy riding sure. And has gobs of torque.
I'm sorry, I know it's not an XJ, but when I saw this i just laughed and laughed...
Someone please buy this Yamaha Vegas, err... Virago. You can fit 1-2 passengers on it. All three of you can enjoy the wind in your hair...
p.s. It runs on "(Gasoline)" Apparently when plutonium is not available.
people don't seem to realize, if the title doesn't have your name on it, you do not have a title
Nope! I’m holding out for a (solar-powered) model!
Wow... just noticed, that Virago seller gave himself TWO chances to get it right. Down lower, it’s tagged Venture, not Vegas. Huh?!
maybe you have to venture to Vegas to pick up the Virago
I like what you did there...