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Posted this bike located in downtown San Francisco few months ago. Owner parks bike in same spot every day. Took this picture with my handheld Palm, classic CB350 is for sale. Bike looks new, mint condition with no rust. Current owner must have restored bike as speedo shows 22,000 miles. If anybody is interested area code sign is 415 :dthumb:
 

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That's one sweet rice burner. :dthumb:
Just not into the classic stuff YET. :wink:
 

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Owner wants $4000 for bike :crazy:
 

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thats a pice.....of ****
 

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what is the owner on crack a pocket bike can go faster then that can and also has better suspension.
 

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Just because that bike is older then most people on this board does not make it a piece of **** You wipper snappers just can't appreciate good stuff :screwy:
 

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zx636r said:
i can apreciate good stuff, but that bike is really ugly.
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Just because that bike is older then most people on this board does not make it a piece of **** You wipper snappers just can't appreciate good stuff :screwy:
In grade school my Dad gave me my first ride on motorcycle CB 350 :crazy:
By todays performance standards this bike sucks. But this bike is classic and looks show room new.
Never been into classics with cars or bikes, but I may just buy this bike :screwy:
 

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Don't listen to those guys... that bike reminds me of my old man's Yam! I can appreciate the older bikes... it was a different time back then!!!
 

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thats a cool bike :dthumb: its not cutting edge but thats not the point. I wish i still had my 74 CL350... it wouldnt be my main bike but id surely bring it out once in a while and ride the hell outtta it. Clip-ons and its good!
 

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jetskifast said:
Never been into classics with cars or bikes, but I may just buy this bike :screwy:
Why? I doubt you could fit on it, but let's say for a minute you could. Little thing would never be able to pull you... :lol:


Sweet little classic bike though....
 

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Why? I doubt you could fit on it, but let's say for a minute you could. Little thing would never be able to pull you... :lol:


Sweet little classic bike though....
Saint, last year and half been back to working out. At 6'2 240 not much fat :dthumb: If you do attend CI, Bowling Green KY has Golds gym care to make any bets on weight lifting or cardio workouts?
 

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Saint, last year and half been back to working out. At 6'2 240 not much fat :dthumb: If you do attend CI, Bowling Green KY has Golds gym care to make any bets on weight lifting or cardio workouts?
Sure, Ted. Why not...
 

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Sure, Ted. Why not...
Fact will be at CI :dthumb:
Golds gym BG will be there :thumbs:
 

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how much you bench jetski
 

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how much you bench jetski
Come to Corvette CI end of May and find out ;)
Listen to :troll: Just a fat old man :yaewn:
 

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Classic (klas'ik), adj. 1.of the first or highest class or rank.

That CB350 doesn't fit the definition of classic. The 1969 CB750 was a classic. It changed the motorcycle world when it was introduced in late 1968. I think people like the CB350 because it has four pistons the size of quarters.
 

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Classic (klas'ik), adj. 1.of the first or highest class or rank.

That CB350 doesn't fit the definition of classic. The 1969 CB750 was a classic. It changed the motorcycle world when it was introduced in late 1968. I think people like the CB350 because it has four pistons the size of quarters.
There bigger than that, (not by much) :lol:
 
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