Honda CM 90 £1500

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Re: Honda CM 90 £1500

Post by Capitano » Sat Nov 16, 2019 1:07 pm

For clarity, here are the photos from the other thread.

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Re: Honda CM 90 £1500

Post by koko » Sat Nov 16, 2019 3:02 pm

Ok, thank you, next week as soon as possible, I will post information regarding my travel and transportation arrangements.
In the meantime, I expect any new photos.

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Re: Honda CM 90 £1500

Post by George » Mon Nov 18, 2019 11:05 am

Newtsalad wrote:
Fri Nov 15, 2019 2:28 pm
George wrote:
Thu Nov 14, 2019 11:44 pm
Newtsalad wrote:
Thu Feb 15, 2018 8:34 am
It was the BMW that flipped the switch.
What happened? Little Cubs as well?
Hi George. The BMW pissed me right off when I prepped it for the 'Not Dragon' and planned to take it to Wales. I replaced the fork seals and when I tried to start it it was dead. So I took the car. I just had a downer working on shit bikes, and decided most would go.

The long and short of it is all but the Harley, the 90, and the XL350 have been set aside as I did other things this year. I'm in the process of selling off one of my property projects, which will greatly help my mental well being! :lol:

I did sort the BMW, it was simply a loose connector. But this year I have not ridden the Guzzi, the BMW, the GS750, the C200's, the CT200, the Little cub, the Eliminator(s) the Virago, the CB 125, the XL 125, or the CM90.

The CM90 I don't actually like much TBH. I wanted it to complete the OHV collection. (CT200, C200, CN90 ) but I don't much care for the gear pattern.
Besides which, I'm getting a bit fed up with pogoing around the lanes here, and these days prefer something with suspension, like the XL or the Harley.

Plus, the push button/ride away of the Harley is so appealing. Even with Git, I'm usually blowing in the petrol tank to unstick a float valve, check tyres, chain etc.etc. With the XL it's plug out, squirt in fuel to start, then it's fine until it stands for a week or more, then its same again...

Regarding the Little Cubs... The one on the road I have given to Su. She's only been on the Eliminator once this year. Only ever ridden the Little Cub once, and I need to put the 90cc engine in it.
The other Little Cub still needs a V55/5 application to get a registration. I've no plans to sell either at the moment.
I only have my mum's C90 now. Ride it daily to work and back mostly. My project C90 is still here with me, all the other bikes are either abroad or sold. Till next year, I will only ride the 90. Been looking to replace the KTM 990 but will hold fire for now until things settle for a bit. :oops:

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Re: Honda CM 90 £1500

Post by Bogger » Mon Nov 18, 2019 5:48 pm

George wrote:
Mon Nov 18, 2019 11:05 am
Newtsalad wrote:
Fri Nov 15, 2019 2:28 pm
George wrote:
Thu Nov 14, 2019 11:44 pm
Newtsalad wrote:
Thu Feb 15, 2018 8:34 am
It was the BMW that flipped the switch.
What happened? Little Cubs as well?
Hi George. The BMW pissed me right off when I prepped it for the 'Not Dragon' and planned to take it to Wales. I replaced the fork seals and when I tried to start it it was dead. So I took the car. I just had a downer working on shit bikes, and decided most would go.

The long and short of it is all but the Harley, the 90, and the XL350 have been set aside as I did other things this year. I'm in the process of selling off one of my property projects, which will greatly help my mental well being! :lol:

I did sort the BMW, it was simply a loose connector. But this year I have not ridden the Guzzi, the BMW, the GS750, the C200's, the CT200, the Little cub, the Eliminator(s) the Virago, the CB 125, the XL 125, or the CM90.

The CM90 I don't actually like much TBH. I wanted it to complete the OHV collection. (CT200, C200, CN90 ) but I don't much care for the gear pattern.
Besides which, I'm getting a bit fed up with pogoing around the lanes here, and these days prefer something with suspension, like the XL or the Harley.

Plus, the push button/ride away of the Harley is so appealing. Even with Git, I'm usually blowing in the petrol tank to unstick a float valve, check tyres, chain etc.etc. With the XL it's plug out, squirt in fuel to start, then it's fine until it stands for a week or more, then its same again...

Regarding the Little Cubs... The one on the road I have given to Su. She's only been on the Eliminator once this year. Only ever ridden the Little Cub once, and I need to put the 90cc engine in it.
The other Little Cub still needs a V55/5 application to get a registration. I've no plans to sell either at the moment.
I only have my mum's C90 now. Ride it daily to work and back mostly. My project C90 is still here with me, all the other bikes are either abroad or sold. Till next year, I will only ride the 90. Been looking to replace the KTM 990 but will hold fire for now until things settle for a bit. :oops:

You mean your mothers C90 that you wrecked the engine on in the Isle of Wight a couple of years back, whilst trying to 'fix' it on a camping field
:roll:

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Re: Honda CM 90 £1500

Post by koko » Tue Nov 19, 2019 1:41 pm

For the possibility and offer of transport CM90, the transport company requests me the following information:
- Weight of packed motorcycle
- Packed motorcycle dimensions
- Postcode and place of download
Can you arrange the trucking package at my expense and get the information given before packing as an estimate.
I have a weight for an empty bike, 83 kg and dimensions LxHxW- 1,84x1,035x0,66 m.
How to travel from London to Debenham.
I suggest that we have future correspondence via email directly.
My mail is: ante.limic2@gmail.com

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Re: Honda CM 90 £1500

Post by Newtsalad » Tue Nov 19, 2019 4:24 pm

I have neither the time, inclination or energy to deal with this as you suggest.

I'm only interested in a purchaser who turns up at my house, see's the bike, puts cash in my hand and hauls it away.

I reckon you need to be looking elsewhere.

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Re: Honda CM 90 £1500

Post by koko » Tue Nov 19, 2019 4:56 pm

Ok, I'll try if the carrier can do it, but the minimum is that we have to make a Contract and sign it.
For import and registration in Croatia I need a document of the owner of the vehicle (V5) and the signed Motorcycle Purchase Agreement, I think it is also necessary in the UK.

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Re: Honda CM 90 £1500

Post by Newtsalad » Tue Nov 19, 2019 5:43 pm

No, don't bother. There'll be no courier, no contract, no nothing. I'm not prepared to sell to you. It smells like a scam, I apologise if it's not.

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Re: Honda CM 90 £1500

Post by koko » Tue Nov 19, 2019 5:55 pm

I accept your proposal, me and a friend will come by car via the port of Hook of Holland from the Netherlands by ferry to the harbor of Harwich, come to you, look at the bike, sign the contract, pay and take it.

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Re: Honda CM 90 £1500

Post by koko » Tue Nov 19, 2019 6:07 pm

Not a scam, it's just my great wish to have the same Honda bike CM90 again after 50 years.
I bought that same model 50 years ago from an Englishman who was traveling through Croatia.
Please understand and my great wish, I was born in 1948 and was General Manager and Shareholder of Piaggio Croatia for 12 years and now I am retired.

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