I don't know if I'm just too logical, but it seems if one wants to sell something for top dollar, more information is better. Five or six decent pictures of key areas of your vehicle and a good write up in your Craigslist ad should get you a good selection of buyers. But I guess for the buyer, where is the fun in decoding an ad with one picture, run on sentences and omitted information? According to the ad, we should use Google and get more information about the Honda CBX. Google, take it away: The Honda CBX was manufactured by Honda from 1978 to 1982. It was powered by a 1 litre
The seller says this bike has 3 miles on it since it is was donated to a trade school for students to learn on. It has never been registered or been on the street. According to an article in Motorcycle Classics, Honda donated hundreds of CBX's to American technical schools in 1981. Apparently the donations were not successful as the advanced bike proved to be difficult for budding technicians to work on. Left out of our ad is if there is a title or MSO that will allow you to register it. Also mentioned is that "it will be great for a collection or to get it running and ride it". Does that mean it doesn't run? Is it missing some parts or did some students not know how to put it back together? Did it sit with a little fuel in the tank and carbs for all these years?
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