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Who just bought a cargo load of vintage bikes from ND? Reply to this Post

Found the below statement online. Come on...who is it? Fess up and tell us whatcha got! Curious and bored moto heads need to know.

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I just brought a cargo trailer load of my vintage bikes from North Dakota to Houston, Texas. Going back empty to return the trailer. In the next day or two I will be going up I45, I35, & I29. Trailer has floor eyelets & tiedowns. PM me if you would like a bike transported cheaply north in the Midwest.
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1979 Yamaha YZ125
1982 Suzuki RM125 - almost ready
2002 Honda CR125 - practice bike
1982 Honda MB5 - my college bike in '82
1983 Yamaha YZ125K - in pieces
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Re: Who just bought a cargo load of vintage bikes from ND? Reply to this Post

Me. It's easier to find & get to the vintage bikes first in North Dakota when I am home up there. The plastic, rubber, & vinyl on the 1970s bikes can be in exceptional condition. I brought a 40 foot cargo trailer down stuffed with mostly vintage air cooled Japanese bikes & parts. Got a little carried away between Labor Day & Thanksgiving last year.
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Dad aka Steve G No Bike
Jeff aka my son 2003 CR250
2004 Kawasaki KLX125L

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1979 Suzuki RM400
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Re: Who just bought a cargo load of vintage bikes from ND? Reply to this Post

Awesome! Would love to see them at some point. If you have pics of them in a tread somewhere, let us know.
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1979 Yamaha YZ125
1982 Suzuki RM125 - almost ready
2002 Honda CR125 - practice bike
1982 Honda MB5 - my college bike in '82
1983 Yamaha YZ125K - in pieces
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Re: Who just bought a cargo load of vintage bikes from ND? Reply to this Post

STEVE! Welcome back man. I remember back when you left town to cash-in on "shale rush".
Send me a text at 713-417-5310 and I'll get with you.
Larry
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