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    Default CG125 Free to a good home


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    Would prefer this to go to someone who would use it in the 125 race series but to be honest I just want shut of it as its taking up space in my garage.

    photo`s are here :- http://s5.photobucket.com/user/yam69/CG/story

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    1994 L Reg CG125 Brazilian Model

    just under 28,000 miles. Was in daily use as a commuter until July 2014 when the engine became noisy. It still runs (well it did when I parked it up !)

    Tatty but useable. Centre stand has seized (lack of use) , Exhaust is rusty and engine is scabby (although oil tight and doesn`t use oil)

    Good frame and all panels present (I have the battery and other side panel). Decent fuel tank. All electrics work

    2 keys

    Worst case scenario you`ll need another engine but you may be able to fix it

    I have neither the time or the desire to fix it.

    free to collector (you`ll need a trailler/van)

    V5 in my name. No MOT as on SORN

    Location : Tamworth (J10 of M42)

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    Default Re: CG125 Free to a good home

    You'd get a canny few quid for it on eBay.

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    Default Re: CG125 Free to a good home

    Quote Originally Posted by MyLittleStudPony View Post
    You'd get a canny few quid for it on eBay.
    Yeah yer right.

    I`ve got mates that race in CRMC and I`ve seen how much time, effort and money it takes so though someone might want a project or spares. The bike has paid for itself in savings over the train so owes me nothing.

    Be nice if some youngster (or parent for their kid) took it on.

    its too good to scrap/part out

    it`s only on here and will be on a race forum shortly.

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    Default Re: CG125 Free to a good home

    Can I have this for my eldest? she's 17 soon and wants a bike to get to college on, this would be ideal as a fixer upper

    I don't think it'll be doing any racing but I might steal it occasionally and take on the local ped bois..

    Cheers
    Last edited by Jazoli; 17-08-15 at 22:06.

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    Default Re: CG125 Free to a good home

    Quote Originally Posted by Jazoli View Post
    Can I have this for my eldest? she's 17 soon and wants a bike to get to college on, this would be ideal as a fixer upper

    I don't think it'll be doing any racing but I might steal it occasionally and take on the local ped bois..

    Cheers
    pm sent

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    Default Re: CG125 Free to a good home

    Still available

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    Default Re: CG125 Free to a good home

    Now gone. Cheers

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