Discussion in 'Hangout Lounge' started by skiprrdog, Mar 5, 2016.
Actually, the white, red and blue scheme seems to be more common in Canada.
The red/blue on white is NOT a USA thing.
USA bikes were black/silver on red.
The USA bikes had the gray scoops right under the tank, many others did not have them. The tank is slightly different, too, as two of the three mounting points on the scoop attach to the tank.
the price seems to be in the ball park, missing the triple tree bolt some trim missing too. and aftermarket exhaust. isn't this supposed to be one of those rare bikes in the US? 1000 in the US
according to the paint thread.
ebay claims to have one $50 no windshield
Woah.... There is so much wrong with that bike!
I WOULD be interested in the serial number, if anyone is able to get it--I could at least get it onto the registry ( if it's not already on)
Meh.... That is some aftermarket thing.........
damn ebay! I thought the reflector or light was amiss and for $50 to good to be true
do you find ebayers unresponsive to a banjo player on the moon when you ask for the vins?
I've only had two decline the question......I explain who I am, and they usually are more than happy to offer info that will help the collective knowledge base.
What I was trying to say was I liked the red/white/blue because they are the colors of the American flag; I was not riding in 1983... they could have been flamingo pink for all I know
Yes, I talked to the guy with the aftermarket fairing, he did not even know who made it, took a pass.
Its a nice color combination.