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Bike #1 — Approx 120k. Has been a parts bike for some time. #4 cylinder had no compression. Parts swapped: tires, brakes (front & rear), starter, one tail light bulb, chain, front signals. Has been outside (in AZ) but sheltered under a tarp on the back porch. Small cracks in the fairing around the mounting holes for the signals, but not too noticeable. Small dent in tank in front of the fuel door.

Bike #2 — Approx 60k. Discovered bent valve and subsequent damage after carb overhaul. Accessories: OEM Kawi bags, trunk, Corbin Streetfighter, engine guards, Zero Gravity windshield, handlebar offsets, mirror offsets, tank bra. Motor is partially dissembled, but the parts are boxed. Zero miles on all new carb internals, including the manifolds to the intake. The fuel petcock is new. Trunk will lock, but does not latch securely. I have not locked the truck for some time and it has never been a problem. The Corbin seat is in excellent condition save some minor wear on the seam that runs across the back of the driver’s saddle. As pictured, one of the saddle bag mounting studs is missing but the bag still locks in place. The gas gauge does not work. Always garaged, seldom parked in the sun, always covered.

Both bikes shift through the gears fine. The transmissions are in good shape and they just need a top end jobs. Clean titles on both bikes. Additional pictures available upon request. The purchaser will be responsible for all crating and costs pertaining to transport from 85140. Cash preferable; personal check acceptable if the buyer agrees to meet at his or her bank with the personal check and the buyer cashes the check. No money orders accepted. $1478. Only interested in one of them? Make an offer. Call or text six-oh-too 881-six-75-won
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Interested in "parting them out" or prefer to sell them as a whole?
 
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