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    Question What do you guys think? A winner?

    http://chicago.craigslist.org/nwi/rvs/2621847720.html

    He's asking $100 - Not sure how much (or how hard) it is to fix the cluch & chain

    Its gonna need the Cluch & Chain , Take it with NO motor for $ 75.00 .Shoot me your number
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    If it runs good and starts easy....your not getting hurt.
    Looks home made, check the welding.
    And then overall...does it look "Cobbled" or "Clean"

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    I would definitely add rollover protection and a seat belt though!

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    Rooster knows....... Price is right. Clutch N chain easy, but pricey.
    Always keep em smokin,,,,then let er drift!

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    If you look a little harder,you can find them with the cage & belt already done for a little more. Just like a car, you can sink money into them fast and it usually costs more to "fix one up" than get one already nice. I just put a new motor on my sons, it ran $225 for just the motor. A cage is going to cost $100-$200 if you have some else do it too. I would recommend spending the extra $ to get one already done/just needs cleaned up if you want hassle free yard romping fun. I would also look for ones that have removable pedal extensions. I had to make those.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gtdhw View Post
    If you look a little harder,you can find them with the cage & belt already done for a little more. Just like a car, you can sink money into them fast and it usually costs more to "fix one up" than get one already nice. I just put a new motor on my sons, it ran $225 for just the motor. A cage is going to cost $100-$200 if you have some else do it too. I would recommend spending the extra $ to get one already done/just needs cleaned up if you want hassle free yard romping fun. I would also look for ones that have removable pedal extensions. I had to make those.


    I never count on having to have someone else do it, lol!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rooster View Post


    I never count on having to have someone else do it, lol!
    Me either, but I don't think Marcel is the same position as we are.
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    Not an expert, but I would think that the frame and wheels alone would be worth a C note.


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