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Craigslist Houston Motorcycles By Owner

Craigslist Houston Motorcycles By Owner

Craigslist Houston Motorcycles By Owner – I’m new to this forum and came across this after searching for RC51 on various websites. I started looking at this Honda as a replacement for the Ducati of the same age and displacement. Obviously, the dux I’ve seen are usually twice as expensive as the RC51, and being retired and on a fixed income, I have to be careful with spending on toys these days.

In fact, I’ve always been a Honda guy, and most of the bikes I’ve ridden in over 50 years have always been Hondas. In 1984, when I was living in Scotland, I bought a very limited edition VF1000R, one of only two for sale in the north of Great Britain. I brought the bike back to the US with me in 1985 and rode it occasionally until it was moved overseas again in 1988. I sold it to a local Honda dealer who loved it and I think it had about 800 miles on it when I sold it. . I always regret this sale.

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Craigslist Houston Motorcycles By Owner

While surfing the web recently, I came across a VF1000R for sale at a classic car dealership in Detroit. They advertised it with 2500 miles and it was like new. Finally, it seemed I had a chance to make up for all my regrets. Called the store and agreed. The dealer arranged for shipping to my home in Houston. On arrival the bike was unloaded from the covered trailer and to my surprise it was my bike which I sold 34 years ago. I burst into tears. I got my bike back after all these years! It is currently in full and complete service. New tires, carburetors torn down and rebuilt, a dozen things that need to be done since the bike has been sitting for so long. It was obvious it hadn’t been driven or stored until I got back. Needless to say, it provides the complete treatment that the child needs. Finding an old man who knew how to work on a carburetor and parts for it was a challenge! I can’t wait to drive again after all these years.

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Which brings me to the quest for the RC51. As I mentioned earlier, I started looking for a Ducati that would complement the VF1000R well. Maybe a little newer and a little faster? Anyway, the bottom line is that I’m trying to find one after a generation that shows how technology has progressed in so-called “superbikes”. I also wanted something that would occasionally throw itself at my feet and scare me. To be honest, the thought crossed my mind that this would be a good way to go out in a “blaze of glory” without dying of old age. My wife of 51 years passed away a few years ago after a long battle with cancer, trust me, no one can end their life.

Thus began my search for the RC 51. This is a bike that honestly didn’t cross my mind until I saw it on ebay. It’s absolutely stunning and a lovely addition to my VF1000R. Sure an RC 30 would be nice, but I’m not going to find one that fits my budget.

If anyone knows of a good RC 51 in the Houston area or Texas, please get in touch. I will continue to search with a local as I prefer to go and see what is available rather than buy sight unseen. You can reach me through this forum or my personal email: randy.arnold@me.com or my cell phone at 832-248-8062.

Hooray…there are three TX for sale on Facebook Marketplace today, 2 of which are very nice. One is a stock 2000 SP1 in McKinney and the other is a 2004 Hayden in San Antonio. Greetings.

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Oldrider72 said: Ladies and Gentlemen, I am new to this forum and came across this after searching for the RC51 on many websites. I started looking at this Honda as a replacement for the Ducati of the same age and displacement. Obviously, the dux I’ve seen are usually twice as expensive as the RC51, and being retired and on a fixed income, I have to be careful with spending on toys these days. In fact, I’ve always been a Honda guy, and most of the bikes I’ve ridden in over 50 years have always been Hondas. In 1984, when I was living in Scotland, I bought a very limited edition VF1000R, one of only two for sale in the north of Great Britain. I brought the bike back to the US with me in 1985 and rode it occasionally until it was moved overseas again in 1988. I sold it to a local Honda dealer who loved it and I think it had 800 miles on it when I sold it. . I always regret this sale…I recently saw a VF1000R for sale at a classic car dealership in Detroit. They advertised it with 2500 miles and it was like new. Finally, it seemed I had a chance to make up for all my regrets. Called the shop and agreed. The dealer arranged for shipping to my home in Houston. On arrival the bike was unloaded from the covered trailer and to my surprise it was my bike which I sold 34 years ago. I burst into tears. I got my bike back after all these years! It is currently in full and complete service. New tires, carburetors torn down and rebuilt, a dozen things that need to be done since the bike has been sitting for so long. It was obvious it hadn’t been driven or stored until I got back. Needless to say, it provides the complete treatment that the child needs. Finding an old man who knew how to work on a carburetor and parts for it was a challenge! I can’t wait to drive again after all these years. Which brings me to the quest for the RC51. As I mentioned earlier, I started looking for a Ducati that would complement the VF1000R well. Maybe a little newer and a little faster? Anyway, the bottom line is that I’m trying to find one after a generation that shows how technology has progressed in so-called “superbikes”. I also wanted something that would occasionally throw itself at my feet and scare me. To be honest, the thought crossed my mind that this would be a good way to go out in a “blaze of glory” without dying of old age. My wife of 51 years passed away a few years ago after a long battle with cancer, trust me, no one can end their life. Thus began my search for the RC 51. This is a bike that honestly didn’t cross my mind until I saw it on ebay. It’s absolutely stunning and a lovely addition to my VF1000R. Sure an RC 30 would be nice, but I’m not going to find one that fits my budget. If anyone knows of a good RC 51 in the Houston area or Texas, please get in touch. I will continue to search with a local as I prefer to go and see what is available rather than buy sight unseen. You can reach me through this forum or my personal email: randy.arnold@me.com or my cell phone at 832-248-8062. Ride! View link 137065 View link 137065 Click to open… Manti Dean said: Hi… TX 3 for sale today on Facebook Marketplace, 2 of them are very nice. One is a stock 2000 SP1 in McKinney and the other is a 2004 Hayden in San Antonio. Greetings. Log in or register to view Log in or register to view Click to open… Thanks mate, I appreciate the leads!

This is a great story, I started on a 1985 VF500F Interceptor and then switched to a 1986 VFR750R Interceptor. My brother had a 1985 1100 Saber and my dad still has a 1982 750.

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    1. Craigslist Houston Motorcycles By OwnerWhile surfing the web recently, I came across a VF1000R for sale at a classic car dealership in Detroit. They advertised it with 2500 miles and it was like new. Finally, it seemed I had a chance to make up for all my regrets. Called the store and agreed. The dealer arranged for shipping to my home in Houston. On arrival the bike was unloaded from the covered trailer and to my surprise it was my bike which I sold 34 years ago. I burst into tears. I got my bike back after all these years! It is currently in full and complete service. New tires, carburetors torn down and rebuilt, a dozen things that need to be done since the bike has been sitting for so long. It was obvious it hadn't been driven or stored until I got back. Needless to say, it provides the complete treatment that the child needs. Finding an old man who knew how to work on a carburetor and parts for it was a challenge! I can't wait to drive again after all these years.Twisted Road Review: Peer To Peer Motorcycle RentalWhich brings me to the quest for the RC51. As I mentioned earlier, I started looking for a Ducati that would complement the VF1000R well. Maybe a little newer and a little faster? Anyway, the bottom line is that I'm trying to find one after a generation that shows how technology has progressed in so-called "superbikes". I also wanted something that would occasionally throw itself at my feet and scare me. To be honest, the thought crossed my mind that this would be a good way to go out in a "blaze of glory" without dying of old age. My wife of 51 years passed away a few years ago after a long battle with cancer, trust me, no one can end their life.Thus began my search for the RC 51. This is a bike that honestly didn't cross my mind until I saw it on ebay. It's absolutely stunning and a lovely addition to my VF1000R. Sure an RC 30 would be nice, but I'm not going to find one that fits my budget.If anyone knows of a good RC 51 in the Houston area or Texas, please get in touch. I will continue to search with a local as I prefer to go and see what is available rather than buy sight unseen. You can reach me through this forum or my personal email: randy.arnold@me.com or my cell phone at 832-248-8062.Hooray...there are three TX for sale on Facebook Marketplace today, 2 of which are very nice. One is a stock 2000 SP1 in McKinney and the other is a 2004 Hayden in San Antonio. Greetings.Sell Your Atv Or Utv Fast