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Re: Show us your ride!!

Post by BIGDADDYJIM » Wed Oct 02, 2019 9:50 am

This is my 89 Virago 1100.
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What Virago you Own: 1996 Virago Special XV1100SH

Re: Show us your ride!!

Post by ViragoJoe » Wed Oct 02, 2019 10:00 am


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1996 XV1100SH Virago Special
"Never ride faster than your Guardian Angel can fly!!"

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Location: Marine City MI
What Virago you Own: 1995 XV1100 (sold)
1976 DT175
1975 DT400
1975 DT250 (2)
1975 DT175
1975 DT125
1975 DT100
1975 GT80
1974 DT360
1974 Z50
1972 JT60 (2)
1971 JT60
1971 CT175
1970 CT175
2017 SCR950

Re: Show us your ride!! [INTRO]

Post by Schu » Fri Feb 14, 2020 8:37 pm

1971 CT175
I took in another wayward Enduro to my Yamaha Rescue Shelter. It's a 1971 CT175. Most of my Enduros are mid 70s with very few of the earlier badge bikes. So I couldn't let this one get away. Got it for $450. The seller was probably about 35 years old. Said it was his dad's bike and his dad had passed away a few years ago. The bike was kept at their cottage in northern Michigan. At one point the bike was stolen from the storage shed. The police found it laying in a roadside ditch. Most likely some young troublemakers joy riding till it ran out of gas. His father was so angry that he stashed the bike in the basement of the cottage for safe keeping. That was well over 15 years ago. The son dragged it out of the basement and brought it home to sell as is, not running, and still hot wired from the thieves. He got a little emotional as we were loading it in the truck, but said his father would be glad that it was going to someone like me that will truly appreciate it. I plan to keep it simple on this one.
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