A couple bikes that are worth a look.

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    I really like the HKO! I love to see original bikes in near perfect condition.
     
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    I like it too. He should post up more pictures if he's lookin to get his BIN price. I have a green project, makes me want to work on it. But I'm kinda lazy. LOL
     
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    Has a re-pop seat and chrome chain guard . Still getting $2100 with 4 hrs to go .
     
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    The monkey bike is at $4800.
     
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    God that thing is awesome. Factory fuel-injected monkey with 10 miles. What a beautiful little bike. The dash, side panels, wheels, everything on this thing is so legit.
     
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    Sweet bike, I thought 4 speeds were 70 and 72 though?
     
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    The 4 speeds are all K0's and K1's. They started making them in June of 1970, and continued thru 72 and I think into 1973. But I'm not sure about the 73.------EDIT---- On second thought I think the K2's began sometime in 72. No 73 4 speed bikes. Someone here will know.
     
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