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for parts or fix. over heating. removed thermostat and thst not the problem. located in yuma az. paint on the bike is rough. trailer paint is bad also. trailer has swivel hitch. also have chrome brake covers and huge rear light rack for bottom rear above hitch, and a slimmer for the upper back part of the bike.have 3 oil filters, old cb headsets, cb, original gw tool kit, extra old seat needs to be recovered, one of the computer modules, chrome radiator cover, driver back rest in pretty good condition. engine starts and runs great. 70 k miles. tach is shot. missing one side box cover. 99.9% complete bike. trailer is an actual goldwing trailer from what i know with honda and aspencade logos. if you are interested contact me for more detailed info and pics. $1000 and im pretty firm on that. i spent more but got myself in a little over m,y head on this bike and want to sell. hope to hear from someone who can use all this stuff. i have a lot of old wing stuff. contact me and we can get on the phone and i can tell you exactly everything i have and get you some pics. picture looks a bit better than in real life. cell phones do that. just dont wanna mislead anyone. she dosent look to bad, but the paint is rough.



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You know Tim, alot of the issues you list are pretty easy fixes.

Most likely the overheating comes from not "burping the baby".

Tach shot, or just the cable?

Side box (saddlebag?) lid can be found on Flea-Bay pretty cheap

I'd rather spend a little time walking you through getting her running and making her a pearl again than see you sell it out of frustration.

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You know Tim, alot of the issues you list are pretty easy fixes.

Most likely the overheating comes from not "burping the baby".

Tach shot, or just the cable?

Side box (saddlebag?) lid can be found on Flea-Bay pretty cheap

I'd rather spend a little time walking you through getting her running and making her a pearl again than see you sell it out of frustration.

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looks like from teh pic the side box he is refering to is the locking cover to the glove box on teh right hand side of the box, i agree though these are great bikes and not to hard to work on getting it peal again would be nice i have a 82 aspy the cable for teh tach probably broke right at the engine like mine did, took me about 15 mins to put a new one in.... this bike is well worth the irritation you get some days....

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what do you mean by burping the baby?

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oh and the tach is shot. its all black and it looks like a crazy compass.

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i'd stand firm on that aswell, i think you've under priced it too, with the trailer to boot, i'd have had that if i lived in the states, as mdkramer said, it would take much to put it right, imho, i'd go the extra distance, make it right and then think about selling it

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oh the rear light bars are not on the bike. this is a pic i had from the guy i bought it from. i have the light assemblys though as ive stated. just havent had time to take all the pics yet and i dont think the forum will let me post that many. so if you want pics i can get as many as you need!

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Tim I agree with these fellows, If I were in Yuma I would be tempted to come and buy from you. There are alot of us guys that have purchased bikes that suffered greatly from PO neglect, including myself. I find it hard and frustrating not being able to get it back up to shape the way I want it. for ex. I need a fairing, speedometer, complete exhaust, tach cable, paint job and so on and so on, but I do enjoy riding and I do it everyday. Sooner or later I will be able to afford these things and I will be very pleased with what I accomplish. IMHO if I were you, take a deep breath, reconsider and fixer up, ride her for a bit and if your still unhappy and want to sell her, I'm sure you will get your money back.

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If I could get ScottHOhio to go and getthis onefor me, I'd buy it today!

...but I bet he won't.

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what do you mean by burping the baby?
the cooling system might have an air lock and need to be bled or "burped"

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