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Edit- This has become a parts listing for a 1983 GL650 Interstate.















Started teardown today, here's a few parts to start with

1. Rear foot pegs and front foot pegs without rubbers. $15 for all 4 + shipping

2. battery box, solid but needs painted. $5 + shipping

3. Taillight, tested works good. $15 + shipping

4. Fairing lowers. $20 each + shipping

5. Radiator grill. $10 + shipping

6. Radiator, electric cooling fan and shroud. $60 + shipping

7. GL650I right caliper. &20 + shipping

9. Set of rear luggage bars with helmet locks, with a key! $35 + shipping.

11. Ignition switch and Gas cap combination with one original honda key to fit both. $45 + shipping

12. Guages in good shape with mount. $50 + shipping.

13. Complete Exhaust system, road rash on right header pipe, but very useable/paintable. $70 + shipping



More to come!
 

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AND I THOUGHT ONLY OLD FARTS (LIKE MYSELF) WERE INTO THE SILVERWINGS??? QUITE A NICE COLLECTION OF BIKES YOU HAVE THERE FOR A 30 YEAR OLD.NOT BAD
 

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Why thank you. It is more of a bad addiction than a collection however. Some people get addicted to drugs and alcohol, for me it's motorcycles and other gas powered projects. I once owned a barstool racer with an 8hp motor, ran myself over with it... Twice. I once built a mini-bike that would go 45 miles per hour on turf tires rated for 15mph.
 

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Man if you were closer. Looks like a fun project.
 

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I'll give it another week or so while my back heals from a terrible strain, then if this is still here it'll slowly start blending into my pile of backup parts. I do appreciate all that are interesed and understand that distance can be an issue and this is really the wrong time of year.
 

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Ok, without starting any feeding frenzies, I will slowly but surely be parting out the GL650I pictured above. Some parts I will be keeping for myself for spares, lots of stuff I don't feel I will need. If there is something you are looking for, let me know. It's in the teens and twentys outside right now, so It will be a long slow process of the strip down. Things I'm keeping for sure and are not available- the motor and all it's major pieces, the carbs, and the controls. I will do my best to help with what I can, but again, don't be in a rush
 

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No problem, I think we can work something out. Can you send me the parts diagram with the numbers of the parts you need. Just want to make sure I set aside the right parts when I get to them. Do you want just the wiring box or part of the wiring too?
 

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Yes it is the right side of the swing arm and it is the first 3 pieces on the swing arm assembly maybe someone can help us with a diagram and looking for the box and the clamps that hold it to the forks no wiring Thanks miller210
 

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The bags will fit if you get different saddlebag brackets. Ones that fit the cx. Cutting down some vetter mounts from another bike would be the fastest.



 
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