dwaynedaniels at sbcglobal.net
Tue Jan 23 16:58:29 PST 2007
I know this. But, I don't know for sure of the condition of this new engine other than the compression is good. Plus, there's a lot of nice extras with the California bike. To be honest, if he doesn't want to go thru with it, I would not have a problem with that.
Tom Wheeler <the74impala at hotmail.com> wrote: If you have the other one, why spend the thou on the bike. Aren't you going
to get what you need with it? Think of the money you could save.
>From: Dave Daniels
>To: dominatr37 , GPZ LIST
>Subject: Re: Geesh!!
>Date: Tue, 23 Jan 2007 13:03:11 -0800 (PST)
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>There was a problem with the crashed bike. The seller disappeared and the
>shipper could not contact him. I'm afraid I sent him a frustrated email and
>it kind of ticked him off. I just found out that he had to go out of town
>because a nephew was sick and his laptop was down and his cell phone had no
>service where he was. So now, since I've ticked him off, he wants to back
>out of the deal and send my check back. I sent him another email
>apologizing to him and explaining to him about the bad experience with the
>clutch and all. I hope he accepts my apology and goes ahead with the deal.
>We shall see.
>dominatr37 wrote: >minutes left on the auction and the bid was only
>$55 with no reserve. So, I thought, what the hey, I'll throw $75 at it and
>see what happens. Surely somebody will outbid me. Well, to my shock and
>disbelief, nobody else bid and I won the dang thing for $56. Somebody get
>So what happened to the $1000 crashed bike? Is that coming too? Are you
>going to be our parts house for the forseeable future?
>Ralph L. Angelo Jr.
>Author of "Help! they're all out to get me!
>The motorcyclists guide to surviving the everyday world."
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