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Old March 14th, 2012, 04:18 PM
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Arrow Triming the Herd, 3 must go

here are the latest 3 ads

$4200.00 [ SOLD ] for $4,000.00

$5,995.00 http://atlanta.craigslist.org/atl/mcy/2883210519.html

$7,495.00 http://atlanta.craigslist.org/nat/mcy/2860395285.html


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JS, you should make a new thread for each bike and make sure each title says what kind of bike it is... It may help.




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JS, you should make a new thread for each bike and make sure each title says what kind of bike it is... It may help.
I'm not that anxious to sell and its not my Idea

I'm building a New House next to mine for my youngest so he & Grandson can be close to Momma.

the Motorcycles seem to bother everybody but me, as all they do is collect dust

it seems the $$$$ from the sale will go toward high dollar appliances, granite counters & hardwood floors


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Well then, lucky for you the economy is still in the dumps!

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I have the 1980 and the 1970 priced on the high side
and there was never a mention about my 1954, I've had that one since High School and everyone knows how attached I'am to it



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Just keep the prices high enough that only a fool with too much money would even consider them and you won't have to cull the herd! :twothumbsup:


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You can come up and build me a house if ya want to!!! HAHAHA! As soon as daycare expenses fall off......we buying some land and stick building a new 4 br house

You need another son? HAHA

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You can come up and build me a house if ya want to!!! HAHAHA! As soon as daycare expenses fall off......we buying some land and stick building a new 4 br house

You need another son? HAHA
It would be nice to have ya around, but I just dont have enough for you to do to pay your way at the moment

maybe next year I'll consider opening a Diesel Shop, one is despertly needed in the area of Interstate 75


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just sold the 1977 Shovelhead to a guy from Alabama
if ya did'nt notice the ad showed a pic without the transmission
the guy was worried about compression
so I worked till 10 pm last night putting it all together and 5 hours this AM
front cylinder had 152# and the rear had 164#, we noticed the push rods were out of adjustment causing that front one to be low

well heres the photo all put together and the first time the bike has seen daylight in 10 years
I pulled it out and bathed it and shined the chrome




and heres the profit, what you see is a new Granite kitchen counter top and sink, for sonnyboys new Home; I dont think theres enough for a faucet





don't tell anybody but I'm only selling one more Bike the 1970 Electra Glide


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