What a cynic... lolHaving seen what kind of crap gets traded in at dealers, I'll assume the bike has way more serious problems then what he's listing.
Unless I mis-read the posting, he's from the Uk, is he not?Wow, the last honest guy in the USA...
He's in Bellingham, WA. You could probably bribe Crusty to sail over and check out the bike for you. :biggrin:Unless I mis-read the posting, he's from the Uk, is he not?
I was so impressed with his honesty, I wrote him. Here's what i said:
I commend you for your honest and fair assessment of the bike you are trying to sell. It's refreshing these days, to read someone's "true" evaluation of an item that is posted for sale.
Although I am currently not in the buyers market for anything particular at the moment.......if it was YOU selling it, (whatever it was), I would likely buy from you, because I would know I was getting a truthful representation of what it was you were selling, and not (what we call it here in the States) a "snow job."
Wallingford, Ct, USA"
Some of those are kinda cool though! Like the '75 Malibu exhaust? I would share that with someone and then forget it, so they can help you when you want to know it againGuess I'd better install a larger hard drive, eh?! Or attempt to dump all the "stuff" I DON'T need anymore.......
What could I dump?..........
-How to tie my shoes in a double knot
-How to change an exhaust on a 1975 Malibu
-How to keep up with the digger, when picking potatoes
-How long it takes to get from Caribou to PEI
-How to get to my Home Room in my old High School
-Where to find Craftsman tools
-What the ASCII Key strokes are for the "True Position" symbol
-Choosing the best incandescent light bulb
-When to look for fireflies and how to catch them
-Where to go to enlist in the Army