Looking To Trade Back To A Second Gen

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  1. ctchap70

    ctchap70 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Preferably a 70-73 but I like em all. Heck I like all generations of Camaros. Anyway, I traded my 81 Z28 for this Harley. It has been fun and still is lol. But I miss not owning a Camaro of some sort. Anyone interested in buying or trading?

    $8800 Is cash price.

    2009 FXDL Harley Dyna Low Rider, almost 15K miles, tires have about 1k miles on them. Vance & Hines Exhaust, Screaming Eagle breather, Detachable HD sissy bar & National Cycle windshield.
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    Bump for Charlton.
     
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    ctchap70 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Thanks Kent!
     
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    Nice bike good luck, I traded my ride for a 70 Vette that needed a good home.
     
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    Thanks alpinemetal.
     
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    Bike is still for sale if anyone is interested. I bought a 5th gen today so my Camaro withdrawal symptoms have faded. $8500 for the bike.
     

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