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post #1 of 22 Old 11-20-2008, 10:22 PM Thread Starter
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Talking Wanted: 70-79 XS650 <--UPDATED years

Close to Houston.

It must run, but does not have to be complete.

Whatcha got TEXANS?

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Close to Houston.

It must run, but does not have to be complete.

Whatcha got TEXANS?
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YES!

I want to Hardtail and Bob one SOOO bad.

Harley's are too expensive for me to experiment on.

Is that one for sale and when are you bringing it to me?

Have any experience.

I think I can hardtail, bob, de-wire and paint in a month as long as I find a runner and not a basket case!!!

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YES!

I want to Hardtail and Bob one SOOO bad.

Harley's are too expensive for me to experiment on.

Is that one for sale and when are you bringing it to me?

Have any experience.

I think I can hardtail, bob, de-wire and paint in a month as long as I find a runner and not a basket case!!!
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post #6 of 22 Old 11-21-2008, 10:59 PM Thread Starter
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Yes.

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YES!

I want to Hardtail and Bob one SOOO bad.

Harley's are too expensive for me to experiment on.

Is that one for sale and when are you bringing it to me?

Have any experience.

I think I can hardtail, bob, de-wire and paint in a month as long as I find a runner and not a basket case!!!
No bike experience for me, bud. That one is a pic I found. Sounds like a nice project....keep us informed when you get the bike.

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I really need to finish my 4x4 before I start any toher projects, regardless how small.

I could knock that bike out in a few weeks, but then I would never finish the "Freak of Nurture"!

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He doesn't have the bike yet, Mason....unless you were referring to his truck.

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