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"Call for more information"... this car dealer has told you the motorcycle is red, what more could you want?

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Yes, and as a car dealer, I guess they can be excused for not even knowing what model the Red bike is.
“ I’ll take that Yellow one over there,….. it’s a car right?”


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I'm familiar with the later unit singles, but not so much with these earlier ones...what izzit ? a C11 ??

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Only a few miles from me. This guy has a bunch of old cars and stuff. Seems very pricey for everything he has. Haven't been there to see bike, just thought maybe someone else may be looking for one.

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If he tries to tell you it was built by the Boy Scouts of America, I know he's lying because I have been telling that lie for years now......
Curious as to what model it is, can anyone please identify it?

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It is a c11.

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Thanks! It is a neat little bike!

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They say every dog has his day..
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is it me or is this bike all there? To my uneducated eye it looks complete & unmolested. Wade said the bike's been for sale for a long time... and the pix are dated from April.

Makes me wonder what else is lying about out there at this person's place?


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I live a couple miles from this place. He has a crap load of old vehicles, no idea where he gets them. He sells snow plows, truck caps, truck tool boxes and now motorcycles I guess. I did buy a tool box for my truck from him last year. Paid $125 for it, found out it cost $850 new. (guess he didn't know).


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