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Restoring a 1967 CD125 Honda

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Old 03-30-2012   #21
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hey there how much are they asking or would they part it out??

One bike is up for auction with a reserve of $1200.00. The other is a private sale.... check Kijiji Alberta.
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Looked on Kijji Alberta could not find it oh well yeah 1200 is a little high what kind of shape was the old girl in when you bought it?? Mine is pretty complete just that cover on left side and exaust. I just ordered a new petcock today was trying to get gas and it was frozen shut tried to fidddle with it but for 18 bucks I ll wait for new one. Think I will hook up a make shift tank to see if she starts this weekend.

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Looked on Kijji Alberta could not find it oh well yeah 1200 is a little high what kind of shape was the old girl in when you bought it?? Mine is pretty complete just that cover on left side and exaust. I just ordered a new petcock today was trying to get gas and it was frozen shut tried to fidddle with it but for 18 bucks I ll wait for new one. Think I will hook up a make shift tank to see if she starts this weekend.

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I put tires on, refinished the inside of the tank, cleaned the carb, oil change, new exhaust, a battery, rectifier and 50 hours of cleaning. I am into it for about $1300.00. My appraisal came in at $3200.00.
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very nice I bought for 300.00 it has 1400 miles on it its been in a barn for about twenty years after the chain snapped and he sold the exaust off it. Im into it for about 100.00 dollars just want to get it to start before I start doing all the cosmetic stuff. Its good to see where and when dollar wise I will be going over board yours sounds very reasonable and it looks great.
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well got it started sounds great now just need to find a sproket cover
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well got it started sounds great now just need to find a sproket cover
That's great Pepper. I will keep my eye out for a cover. There is apparently two CD125's in Brandon Man.
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thanks Backroader that would be appreciated also are those cd125 on kijji in Brandon?
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thanks Backroader that would be appreciated also are those cd125 on kijji in Brandon?
The bikes are located at an old bike salvage place. Long since closed, however now and again the owner will part with an entire bike if the price is right. I know some one who had been there so I will touch base with him and see if we can get in.
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Hey Pepper, I found a supplier in Quebec that has parts for the CD125. Are you still looking for the front sprocket cover?
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thats great im interested and also looking for chain tension bolts would you be able to forward the link
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