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I have a Red 71 and really nice orange 72 CT90 ( neither is running but both are very complete including spare gas tanks and brackets, but all bikes listed will need all new brake and throttle cables and seats as UV has killed them ) as well I have both a 71 and 72 parts bikes ( one with complete motor other one is basically a frame and parts. There is also a decent 110 that turns over with good compression... I was told it was running when the 91 year old farmer parked it in the equiptment shop on his farm in Soap Lake WA. It will need battery and exhaust work & both tires ( as they don't hold air ), as well as some TLC to get it looking nicer.

There are also lots more spare parts like cargo racks exhaust parts and heat shields as well as various pretty nice wheels with good chrome and tires that are way beyond their 10 year date....

All I can provide is Bills of sales as that's the way I bought them. I have no titles for these, but I'm very sure they could be secured with some effort and a Waiting period.

The bikes are in SW Wa in La Center just off I-5 and about 18 miles north of Vancouver WA... All fair offers will be considered.

Gene Carroll aka: excalibur
 

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No need for a title change.... Thanks alot... Do you need another for your stable ? lol

I am bringing home a really nice yellow 78 CT90 tomorrow ( while the wife is gone ) that I just got a new piston, and bore job, as well as complete new valve job and carb re-build completed on.

I don't do much besides basic maintance on my bikes, therefore the professional help on the motors.... It's a good thing I really like that one as I gave $1150 for it, and then another $ 585 in parts and labor.

That one will have to work for the grandkids to " share " as I can't put that much $ into all of the ones remaining... :(

I will be keeping a sweet 1964 trail 90 with a serial number of 1XXX and only 1000 on the odometer ( it was from the estate of a very dear friend )... I'm not sure any of the grandkids will ever get to ride that one.:D;)

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I would if I could... :p

No need for a title change.... Thanks alot... Do you need another for your stable ? lol

I am bringing home a really nice yellow 78 CT90 tomorrow ( while the wife is gone ) that I just got a new piston, and bore job, as well as complete new valve job and carb re-build completed on.

I don't do much besides basic maintance on my bikes, therefore the professional help on the motors.... It's a good thing I really like that one as I gave $1150 for it, and then another $ 585 in parts and labor.

That one will have to work for the grandkids to " share " as I can't put that much $ into all of the ones remaining... :(

I will be keeping a sweet 1964 trail 90 with a serial number of 1XXX and only 1000 on the odometer ( it was from the estate of a very dear friend )... I'm not sure any of the grandkids will ever get to ride that one.:D;)

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I would love to have the ability to post pictures but all I have to work with is a Samsung Tab-4 touch screen tablet.... My skills are limited and I'm not sure if I can even cut and paste let alone retrieve from a photo server like I used to whem I had a PC and free place to store and retrieve them from...

If there is a bike or two your may be interested in ? Send me a pm with your phone number that I can text to or email address and I'll take some and send them that route to you... my email is : [email protected] if you want to contact me that way.

Gene: aka excalibur

As a side note, I would like to add that the CT110 is a 1984 model.... I forgot to list that on my original post.
 
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