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I'll give forumites a shot at this first, if it's not sold bySunday it'll go tofleabay. Pics available tomorrow.

1984 Honda GL1200 Aspencade. 21,535 miles. I got this bike last month, up until thenit had been parked for unknown years. Iwent through thecarbs, went through calipers, bled brakes and clutch lines.

Sidecovers are missing, hasscratches on the rightside saddlebag from my ramp leaning on it in my truck on the way home.

Charges good(buyer can hear it run and check the charge with a meter before buying it). Itneeds abattery, fork sealsandsome TLC but for what I'm asking, it's a good deal.

$2,000 firm, sorry no trades. Title is in my name(just got ittoday). My email is mkharofa at excite.com (without spaces) or for a faster reply you can call me at 708.717.2275. Pics tomorrow.

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Bump.

Step up folks. I know someone here wants this bike... fresh belts, fresh oil change and filter, fresh coolant, fresh brake and clutch fluid, runs good, tires good. All 3 calipers taken completely apart and cleaned and put back together by me just 2 weeks ago, this bike stops on a dime and picks it up. All you need to do is just change the fork seals and away ya go...

Am/Fm cassette
Front air shocks
Rear air shocks

Going on fleabay on Sunday unless someone here wants her.

Good price. $2,000 for a good running low mileage 1200 Aspencade ishard to find. And I'll even throw in agyro sammich.
 

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Man that is a good deal, and a sammich to boot. Its in better shape than mine when I first brought it home. And I paid alot more for mine with alot of work to do.
 

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I forwarded your post onto a friend who is looking. So if you get a call from Bob from Kansas you'll know where it came from.

Ty
 

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Thanks Ty. Talked to him before I saw your post. He said he might be a bit far to come for it. But thanks again. cya
 

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I really wish I had the money, it is a good deal, and would be a fun ride getting it home, but alas, I'm a little short
 

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What size box and how many stamps would it take to get this to Arizona?? Love the bike.
 

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highcountry wrote:
What size box and how many stamps would it take to get this to Arizona?? Love the bike.
That's funny. The post office mightlet it slide with just oneforever stamp, but I'm all out of those.

This bike isno creampuff, and it's far from being anywhere close to mint. It's got some rust spots here and there, some might clean up, some might not. So I don't want anybody to expect something other than what it is and end up disappointed when they get here. But it's pretty solid for the ageandI think the price is reasonable. cya
 

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Hell, I'm old,rusty,have a lot of dings and could stand a tune up. We would fit each other admirably, just to far away like all the great deals.
 
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