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Old 03-14-2018, 12:05 AM
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Lemme see here...... yep, you're right!

 
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Old 03-14-2018, 06:37 AM
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Originally Posted by Beemervet View Post
Lemme see here...... yep, you're right!

What, no LuzzyAnna? I never been to OhighO either, going knock out most of the east side and up into Canada in July.


 
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Me too...
another me too, worth every penny

 
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Originally Posted by Tom84FXST View Post
If it is indeed an 81...the motor would cost WAY more than the bike is worth...actually that would apply if it was a 91.
Since when has that stopped any of us? Face it, NONE of our Evos are worth much of anything to anyone but us. That doesn't seem to stop us from pouring money into them.

Evos, in general, fall into that gray area; old, but not really collectible with the exception of a few models. The plethora of low-mileage twinkies on the market keeps resale values depressed.
 

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Since when has that stopped any of us? Face it, NONE of our Evos are worth much of anything to anyone but us. That doesn't seem to stop us from pouring money into them.

Evos, in general, fall into that gray area; old, but not really collectible with the exception of a few models. The plethora of low-mileage twinkies on the market keeps resale values depressed.


Nailed that!!!
 
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Old 03-17-2018, 10:54 AM
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What, no LuzzyAnna? I never been to OhighO either, going knock out most of the east side and up into Canada in July.


Let me know when you are coming thru O-H-I-O, I'll take you on a hillbilly run.
 
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