Thanks! It was a one owner before I got it, sat since the 80's. I wish I had time to get it running perfect. I had no time to mess with it all last year, and probably wont this year either. Seems a waste to have it just sit. Probably the last bike I'll own.Just shows how prices vary by region - I paid $1900 for my CL450K5 over 2 years ago and it wasn't as nice as yours. That's a good deal, someone should jump on it
It would be way easier to sell if I had it running right. As of now I have a medical restriction that prevents me from even being able to move it off the center stand, let alone on to a trailer to get it home to work on.Man... If you were here in the Seattle area that bike would have been snatched up a long time ago.
Thank you for the kind words.Sorry to hear about your health issues that are forcing the sale of your bike. I know it doesn't help you too much now, but if you still have it in June when we're all settled in the new house (they're supposed to finish building around the middle of May, and our closing is towards the end of May), I'll likely reach out and see if we can work something out. I'll have a whole lot more garage space to work with then. Hope everything works out for you.
Thanks for the good wishes and bike compliment. I think the pics make it look nicer than it is, but have been told it looks just as good in person.sorry to learn of your health issues. have things improved and you feel you can keep it?
bike looks good...
best wishes in your recovery