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Discussion in 'FOR SALE on eBay' started by kirrbby, Jul 28, 2012.
The cancelled 7000 dollar bid, hmm.
Great lookin K1 Z50 in Chicago.
And a Verry cool Z50J in TX.
And...you thought CYS was ugly..? ...in Iowa.
Those look to be nice Zs, each for a different reason.
As for the CT70, CYS doesn't have this puked-out look...in any state. Since the bad judgment has been immortalized in powdercoat, that's way more than this $2500 bike is worth.
That is a nice 50,must have been apart for awhile because it looks like it was not used- unless it's been re done. Nicer than mine but I still was tempted to go out to the garage and see if it's out there
How about a 84 mile 93 CT.
Best looking one I have seen. Call the Smithsonian Museum! Can't ride it though ...
This looks like a runner up and cheaper.
That is a nice and reasonable ''sell fast'' price for something that was stored properly and barely ridden.
Pretty great lookin K2 Z50 in SC.
200 mile CYS HK1.
It looks like a fine example for a museum.
IMO, 7200 BIN is not a bad price for that.
Up for your consideration, is a all original 1972 Honda Trail CT 70 in the gold metallic paint. Only non original parts are a spark plug, battery and air filter. The bike only has 199 original miles. This is not a rebuild or resurrection or fully restored bike. A father had bought it for his son, when the cops brought him and the bike home his dad parked it in the garage. The father would ride it here-n-there after that putting a few more miles on it. Since then it has been garage kept for the last 40+ years and is all original. With the new spark plug, battery and air filter and fresh non ethanol gas it fired right up and runs like a dream. It includes a 1970's Half helmet in red metallic paint with face shield. This bike was an estate find and unfortunately a title has not been located for it at this time, the chances of one turning up are looking slim to none. Considering the condition and rarity of the bike we are opting to only offer local pick up. No shipping of the bike will be offered.
57 mile K0.
Thats incredible. In the description, he says there are two.
Nice bikes but there is no way in h*ll I'd pay that kind of money for one.By the descriptions neither one has a title nor any other documentation either.
Seller only has one CT70. The 2nd bike he has listed is a 1947 Triumph.
It ain't cheap, but if you're looking for a 57 mile CT70...and you FIND one...you might have to pay up to own it