Weekend Score in TX

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  1. CooGAR

    CooGAR Member

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    This past weekend, fuelboy and I made a 3.5 hour drive to pick up (7) CT70s in various conditions.... We also picked up 2 motors and many parts. Add these to the 2 projects we already own....:4:

    1) 1972 CT70-H in Red - this one runs and will be fuelboy's H model. (I have a '70 H model that I will restore)
    2) 1970 CT70 in Candy Gold - this one runs, but has a Lifan motor. However, we do have the original motor to this bike too.
    3) 1970 CT70 in Blue - this does not run, but has the motor and most parts.
    4) 1969 CT70 in Red - this is a roller, no motor. Just frame, wheels, etc.
    5) 1974 CT70 in Blue - another roller w/ no motor
    6) 1969 CT70 in Blue - yet another roller....
    7) 1969-70 CT70 - this is just the frame, forks, and handle bars. Frame has some damage. VIN is 101XXX. Someone painted this a metallic light blue. Looks like it was originally Sapphire Blue.

    As mentioned, we also got 2 motors - one of which goes to the Candy Gold. Need to look at the VIN on the second motor to see if we can pair it up to one of the rollers. I'll add a picture later. Fuelboy and I plan to dig into these this weekend to see what's what!
    Saturday, I pick up another bike - a red 1974 CT70. This one is running and in good condition. :red70:

    Did bcuda say it took him a year to get to 11 bikes??? :24:
     
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  3. B&CMC

    B&CMC Member

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    Please don't be offended when I say that I now hate you.
     
  4. cjpayne

    cjpayne Well-Known Member

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    X2,LOL

    Congrats on the find. I don't blame you guys at all. I would have two of every year, color, 3speed, 4speed, and tons of parts, if I could.
     
  5. JustPlanoTexas

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    Darn,wish you had let me know,i'm selling 7 of mine in 1 lot. Broke a knuckle last week and with 100 degree weather coming up i'm calling it quits on all my projects. Its a bitch getting old.
     
  6. Ufester

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    I second that remark Don.
     
  7. CooGAR

    CooGAR Member

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    Didn't know you were selling....wish we knew!
     
  8. fuelboy

    fuelboy New Member

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    Hmm... so what exactly are you selling JustPlanoTexas? :39:
     
  9. bcuda

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    Nice score need pics. Yeah it took about a year I have 16 of them right now 4 are not CT70s I started in middle April 2013. I also have a K0H gonna get today
     
  10. JustPlanoTexas

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    I talked to that guy you bought those from in Cedar Creek a few days before you picked them up,you hot a great deal there coogar. He told me if these guys don't show up Sunday they are yours...I said unless we get 3 feet of snow here they will be there Sunday,lol.
     
  11. CooGAR

    CooGAR Member

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    Here's a bad pic......but a pic. Bins in background full of parts and motors.

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  12. B&CMC

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    Very nice stash. I am looking for an early motor/case in the 105xxx engine # range for a project bike. :pizza:
     
  13. Mazda2002

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    If you dont mind me asking how much did you pay for all that lot?
     

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