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    A real beaut. Sold for $7600. I wonder how these signature 70s era choppers will fare as investments.
    Don't think you'ld really want to ride it much.

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    It looks like an angry bug?

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    Agreed!

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    Classic 70's scoot. Wonder if/how much cracking there is in the mouldings. Regardless, lotsa labor there and it looks darn good

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    Lotsa parts there you cant find anymore. Love the invaders

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    Agreed!
    lol

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    On the surface, I believe the buyer got a deal....

    Funny, reminds me of the bike shows in the 70's Believe it or not, many bikes back then in some bike shows didn't even have guts in them: Empty tranny and engine cases, heads with no guts, no oil/gas in them, etc. Bondo was used in gallons to make moulding. Not saying this bike is one of them, but it was a somewhat popular thing to do back then. Brings a new zing to the saying, "Trailer Queen". Allot of hand rubbed lacquer was used as well.

    It got so bad that many shows required the bike shower to actually ride the bike past a judge when you arrived before you started to set up your area

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    I'm thinking a lot of alcohol and cocaine went into that paint job

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    Think of how much its actually worth!

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