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|09-12-2012, 06:09 AM||#1|
slow as molasses
Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: near 290 & BW8
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Experience: 1-3 months
2010 YAMAHA R1
2007 ZX6R (TRACK BIKE)
Any members on MH that restore vintage enduro bikes?
I have a 1972 OSSA PIONEER 250 that needs to be restored. I don't care to do it nor do I want the bike. If anyone is interested i have all the parts to reassemble. It will need new throttle and clutch cables made. The trailer it is on in the pics goes with it. Not sure what it's worth but any reasonable offer will be considered. I want it out of my garage.
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|09-12-2012, 07:03 AM||#2|
Join Date: Jan 2012
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Experience: 10+ years
1972 Aermacchi Sprint SX350
1972 Honda CL175 K5
1978 Kawasaki KE100
1978 Kawasaki KE250
1970 Suzuki TC90
I have done a few, the advantage is there is generally only one cylinder to have to do anything to (overbore/clean/crankseals, etc.) which makes it much simpler. I'd love to have it, but as you can see by my bike list I have enough already.
Check out www.vft.org and see if the webmaster there will let you post the bike in their "For Sale" section. It is not a forum, rather a general information site about old school flattrack and enduro bikes.