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    Senior Member rm_hm's Avatar
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    My new/old basket case

    1970 CT70 Bought for my little girl so we can hit forest service roads together.

    Cost $50
    Title Transfer & Related poo $185.00


    Looked liked this when I got it.
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    What it looks like now..
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    Still need a seat, engine, exhaust, kickstand and lots of other misc stuff
    Last edited by rm_hm; 11-20-2013 at 09:33 AM.
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    Sweeeet !

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    Looks like fun! Those are good little bikes, and you got a good deal. Will your daughter be wrenchin on it with you?
    My handle is B-dub, I ride a T-dub, and drive a V-dub.

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    great bikes...got a buddy that has one...they go surprisingly fast

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    I'm getting closer to the finish line Then my Wife and Daughter can rough it up.

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    Cute, very nice.

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    What ^^^ he said...cute. I wanted one of those when I was a kid so so bad. To bad I'm fat now! Oh, and taller too!
    Hidden Content A ride in the woods helps me relax and release tension. The fact I'm dragging a body should be entirely irrelevant?

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    There was a kid in our group that could do endless wheelstands at a walking pace on one of those. ( 40+ years ago )

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    Very nice! How old is your daughter? I don't have any kids, but I enjoy riding with my nephews when they come up to visit.

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    It's pretty much all done. Now it's ready for my kid to crash it.

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    I've been pulled over twice by the police so far. They thought I was riding one of those pocket bikes. But once they saw my plate and registration they let me go.


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