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Now to find a place of honor in the garage.

73,000 miles, $3500, and everything works.

Now for the trailer hitch.
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You're going to need the flashing amber/red lights if you are going for the school bus look! Looks like a sweet deal!

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You're going to need the flashing amber/red lights if you are going for the school bus look! Looks like a sweet deal!


Actually, it does have the alternate flashers front and rear when you are turning.

What I really wanted was reverse and cruise control because I can barely push the bikes out of the garage backwards and my wrist starts aching and going to sleep when I ride more that 50 miles. I have an 84 with a dragging back brake that takes 2 people to move when it has set overnite.

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Congratulations! But, please don't call that continent roamer a "garage queen"!

Welcome to the six cylinder club! (Hey, we should get a banner or something...)

<<EDIT: By the way, is that a factory color or has it been re-painted? I don't think I've seen a yellow 1500. 1800's, yes.>>

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Congrats!!! You are now the proud owner of a 1500cc Nanner! :hihihi: You ain't sneakin up on anyone with that thing, and you'll never loose it in a parkin lot!

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Congrats on the good looking new ride, I hope you enjoy it!

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Congratulations! But, please don't call that continent roamer a "garage queen"!

Welcome to the six cylinder club! (Hey, we should get a banner or something...)

<<EDIT: By the way, is that a factory color or has it been re-painted? I don't think I've seen a yellow 1500. 1800's, yes.>>


My apologies. "Queen" to me is the premier bike in the garage.

According to the PO, it was blue until he had it re-painted last year. Said he sold it because he had found another 1500 he wanted more. Greener grass, I guess. The yellow is fine and it somewhat matches the tiny camper colors.

By the way, who else is up for the 48 state capitol ride next May/June?

Anyone got a GL1500 trailer hitch for sale?

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