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stevenfisher



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PostSubject: It got to go Honda cd 175   Thu Jan 16, 2014 7:26 am

Hi All
I have been a member on the café site for some time now and enjoy reading all the posting I have two bikes a Suzuki GP 100 that I have turn in to a café racer I call it my funny bike it’s a bike that you just ride nice and slow and enjoy the ride and the other bike I also have my CBR 600 sport that give me and the wife so much fun and I have got to say I only got the 600 due to my wife as I took her for the first time last summer and she loved going out on the bike now here comes the bad bit I bought a Honda cd 175 as spares or repair I have done a lot to her ive striped her down repainted the frame and tank the frame is orange and the tank and some parts are back but due to ill heath I have decide to let her go if anyone is interested in buying her I am open to sensible offers
I’m not too good with all this pc stuff so if anyone interested in the bike if you email me I will email some photos my email is ste .sf.fisher@talk21.com
Thanks Ste
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PostSubject: Re: It got to go Honda cd 175   Thu Jan 16, 2014 7:34 am

Sorry I should add there is still work to be done on the bike there No Tax or Mot on the bike
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PostSubject: Re: It got to go Honda cd 175   Fri Jan 17, 2014 3:48 am

Thanks for the reply. And the information as for my email address it is ste.sf.fisher@talk21.com. And has been for over 20 year’s .As for the bike I have not had it running. Yet but all the signs look good and I can’t see why she wouldn’t run.

Jobs still to be done on the bike
The wiring needs doing.
Bike needs some new tyres. /but has got some on the bike.
The lights need putting on. /but they are with bike.
It needs new exhaust can.
It needs a new back mudguard.
The bike needs new bulbs.
The bike needs a new 6v battery.
The seat needs recovering.

I know there may be some bits I have missed off. But I am more than happy for anyone to come and have a look at the bike. As for how much I am asking for the bike I paid £270.0 for her about 3years ago. I have put in to the bike about £150.0. I’m not looking to get back what I paid for the bike or what I have put in to her that’s why I am open to offers.

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