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since the ad will probably

get pulled down within a day or so: here's a copy:



Are you ready to grab life by the pull start? Then this is the machine for you. This bike is guaranteed to improve your life the minute you load it in the back of your pickup. Chest hair will grow at a rapid rate, you're jawline will instantly become chiseled, and a promotion will come in no time at all once your company sees the kind of red blooded American they are dealing with. You can pop Viagra like skittles but it won't match the testosterone infusion your body will get from this screaming hellion.

What you have here is the legendary Motovox MBX10. Un-rivaled in the moto-world. You don't see them on the track to often because it is outclasses anything else on the market. Bubba Stewart tried to ride one at the Supercross Championship but had to relinquish it to the trailer because the officials couldn't even listen to it run without wetting themselves. The last time I pulled up to the track with this 2 wheeled behemoth in the back of my truck, I had to lock myself inside to shield me from the trophy girls trying to touch someone capable of handling a power plant of this magnitude. When you've got 79 ½ cc's roaring to life between your legs, you'll know what I'm talking about.

One pull of the rip cord on this wild hog and it comes to life like a wild grizzly that hasn't tasted fresh blood in 6 months. The grips don't match because the sheer g-force of the bike caused the last rider to be thrown off like a fat chick on a mechanical bull. When he woke up 3 days later, all that was in his hand was a tattered piece of rubber that used to tame this beast. When you ease back on that handle of insanity, you'd better be sure you're on something solid because it will wrinkle up concrete like a bed sheet in your old bachelor pad. The foot peg is bent due to going 15 feet past the landing zone at the X-games and the sheer mass of the bike was too much for the raw steel of the frame.

Where's the suspension you ask? It's all in the tires pulled straight off of Grave Digger at last year's Monster Jam world finals. When you're going as fast as this maniacal spawn of hell goes, you're closer to flying than riding anyways. I don't remember F-16's having shocks, do you? I had to buy a Ninja ZX-11 just so I could ride something I didn't have to file a flight plan with. And a front brake? Psssh, you really think a rotating disc is going stop the momentum of a freight train going 100+ miles an hour? I tried to put one on but it melted into a pile of molten steel while I was rolling this bike down my driveway. The rear brake is mostly there for looks but in the rare case you don't want to knock down the Sequoia tree in your path by grabbing a handful of throttle, you can use it to drop your speed to something less than a NASCAR coming out of turn 2. This bike will run off of anything you can liquefy into the tank but to keep it submissive, I usually run regular, un-mixed gasoline.

The price of something that belongs in the Guinness Book of World Records is truly difficult to fathom so I will be willing to change someone else's life the way this bike changed mine for $75. Reply to this ad only if you are truly ready to throttle your way into the history books.
 

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That ad sreams of "I have a piece of junk that I'm desperate to unload on some fool".

But... The frame and wheels/tires are worth $75. So, yeah.. I'd buy it and then yank that lawn-edger motor out and drop a YZ250 in it.
 
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