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Project Bike 4 sale

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I have a 91 Goldwing 4 sale.. It need carbs rebuilt... It's a 1500... I started to disassemble it and have loss total interest in it..
I have a little over $3000 in it including what I paid for the bike.. It has new front tire & good rear..
New headlight assembly
new master cyl.& clutch cyl.
new mirrors
new saddle bag release cables
new seat
new windshield
H.I.D. Bulbs in front
and some faring parts

I have ridden this bike about 400 miles try to clean up the carbs ( no luck ) before I tore it apart...
It runs great above idle...
Only has 32000 miles on it …
oil & filter changed
Pic's on request because I haven't taken any yet...

I need it gone... First $1000 takes it
 

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The VIN will tell you what model the bike is, here is an example for the '98Se that I used to own.


John, the VIN number for your 98 Goldwing SE break down as follows:

1HF = U.S. manufactured
S= Street bike
C= 900CC and larger
22=GL1500
0=Aspencade 1=Aspencade (California model) 3=SE 4=SE (California model)
WA=1998
000001 and up serial number (Aspencade) 900001 and up serial number (SE)


You will find the month and year of build on the upper right hand side of the label.

the following is another example from the person who gave me the above info:

For example: My VIN is 1HFSC220WA000053 my bike was the 53rd bike built for the 1998 run of Aspencades
 

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