1982 GL1100 $650

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Motorcycle: 1982 GL1100A Aspencade
1997 CBR1100XX Super Blackbird

1982 GL1100 $650

Post by MacstonReaper » Sun Oct 27, 2013 5:08 pm

Currently listed on ebay. Following description cut & paste from auction listing.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/141101560081?ss ... 1555.l2649

PRICED TO MOVE! Vintage GoldWing in running shape. Qualifies for historic license plate. NO MD inspection needed. Engine starts right up! Comfortable riding, smooth running, strong pulling engine. Full fairing totally keeps all the wind off you for quiet comfort. Matching key for ignition, hard bags including top trunk, fuel filler door, helmet locks.

Rode this bike home over 60 miles across mountain roads, just a couple weeks ago after purchasing.

Floor boards instead of footpegs, a simple upgrade yielding huge dividends for long distance riding comfort.

Components like the bags, and other parts sold separately total exceeds the buy it now price. Could easily restore OR scavenge for parts.

The bad: Make no mistake, this is a project bike. It has a handful of smaller issues that will need to be addressed before it can be a daily rider.

* Brakes need to be redone
* Tail light is on, but brake light not working. Could be super simple, haven't looked into yet.
* Rear turn signals not coming on. Could be simple disconnected wiring.
* Rear shocks need rebuild/replace.

Making all effort at full disclosure. Ask questions before before bidding if unsure.

Purchased as a winter project, but VERY recent changes in my employment and living situation leaves me unable to tackle a project, even a relatively minor one at this time. Sure gonna be sad to see this go. Was really looking forward to fun with it.

50% deposit via Paypal within 24 hours, remainder at time of pickup.

Local pickup, or will assist shipper. Have access to a standard freight truck loading dock for ease of transportation.

Macston G. Reaper
Professional Adventurer/Motojournalist

"Although we're all alive, so few of us seem to really be living."

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