I rode it a bit last week back an forth to work. Runs perfect. It's up to 5050 miles now. It was good to run some fresh gas though it.
I put a new Sportster pipe on the Savage last night. It's much more quiet then the hollowed out pipe. Neighbors like quiet pipes :)
The hollowed out Sportster pipe and the original Savage pipe will be included with the sale if you want them. The original pipe has a little rash on it. You can see it in the outdoor pics.
Also, I had a few inquires about the windshield. I've decided to keep the windshield. I've lowered the asking price though
Monday, March 12, 2007
Friday, March 9, 2007
These are the photos that were sent to me just before I bought the bike in April 2006.
I since had a bigger bike fall into my lap and I don't need two (actually I have three. One's a cafe racer project.. check it out. http://cb350project.blogspot.com/)
Very clean bike. Light weight. Nice daily driver. Clear Nebraska title in my name.
If you're over 6 feet, you may want to get forward control extensions. I'm 5'11.
As you can see, it's a little dusty, it could use a bath.
I believe this bike has always been stored indoors.
There is no rust anywhere and the chrome and paint is excellent.
I tried to take photos of any imperfections.
Tires are good.
That is a hollowed out Sportster muffler on it. It's very loud. I intend to place the stock muffler back on the bike in the next couple days