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    Lot of 10?!?!

    Found a lot of 10 1990 TW’s for sale on CL for $1499 each. I put the link in classifieds, but I figured this post exposure may benefit some who don’t keep up with that particular thread within the classifieds. My guess is they are from a learn to ride program but not positive. Could be a viable solution for a tdub lover with limited funds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sthrnromr View Post
    Found a lot of 10 1990 TW’s for sale on CL for $1499 each. I put the link in classifieds, but I figured this post exposure may benefit some who don’t keep up with that particular thread within the classifieds. My guess is they are from a learn to ride program but not positive. Could be a viable solution for a tdub lover with limited funds.
    https://westky.craigslist.org/mcd/d/...795421986.html



    Wow, that's unusual!

    Except for some missing mirrors, turn signals, reflectors, torn fork boots (and hideous color scheme ), those look to be in great shape for nearly 30 year old bikes! Way too good of condition for training bikes. Someone should make a deal on a bunch of them and flip them, could probably make at least $500 on each one.

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    I have a '90 and I do agree it's a hideous color scheme. Mine, however, has an aftermarket black seat and black fork boots; it looks awesome that way. The tank color with the graphics looks pretty cool with the mentioned parts in black.
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