New 20 ounce tumblers available now! Forum donation credit with purchase. https://www.wildguzzi.com/Products/products.htm#Tumbler
Overall, that doesn't look too bad, but if it took a hard rear shot, the CARC swing arm bushings or CARC may be cracked or boogered up close to the pivot. Looks like the reaction rod is not bent, and the rim and tire look good, so maybe a bump from the rear that snapped the fender and caused the owner to dump on the left side. Looks like the rear fender broke off, buggered up shift lever, some road rash on the left exhaust collector. The Exhaust (Termigoni?) has some road rash as does the clutch lever end and front left TS, and the left side head protector and spark plug cap looks boogered. All potential minor cosmetics, but I would want to see the shift lever and spark plug cyl head more close up. I also see some condensation inside the gauge pack, which could be a problem. It has likely been left outside. It is likely NOT running given the left plug situation, and if it is just a matter of a new black cover, plug, plug end and maybe wire and the shifter pivot is not cracked or broken, for the RIGHT price (under $500) this could be a fun project. If you can live with a little road rash, and if the rear swing arm pivots, CARC, and linkage are good, the shift lever mount and left head is good, you could have it up and running on the cheap, probably less than $400 including a new rear fender eliminator kit.The yellow light in the dash is the kickstand down, and FWIW, the aluminum bobbins under the rear seat are NOT for connecting luggage, they are basically to hook a seat net to. Keep us posted!
Page created in 0.021 seconds with 21 queries.