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    My first Honda

    It's not a car but I thought it might fit in this section still and no it's not a lawnmower I got this in trade for a pellet stove I fixed up and the guy gave me a full face helmet and $150! I made out like a bandit.

    It's a 1982 Honda CM200t Twinstar. Has only 4600 miles.








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    I love those bikes. 8)

    Needs shorter handlebars and lose the back rest. Then it's perfect. :tu: :mrgreen:

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    Yeah the bars are a bit long but I kinda like the sissy bar though. I haven't seen another one of these with it through my searches of google images and such. But thanks yeah it's nice little bike.

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    If I didn't have to take my kids to school every day, I'd have one just like this... :wink:


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    I've grown up riding dirt bikes so these handle bars make me feel unbalanced. I don't know if I want that short though. But thats a nice bike.

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    Nice trade! Looks like fun! Save yourself some serious gas money with that thing to feed your thirsty cars! :lol:

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    Nice 200! A set of lower bars will go on without changing the cables. Here is a CM185 I had set up the way I liked it. Bars were around $20.


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    Oh yeah. Looks MUCH better!

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    damn, they're all awesome, love Honda bikes!

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    Ok I lied. While cleaning up the back yard I moved my 84' Honda ATC125 3-wheeler. I need to clean out the fuel lines on that cause I can't get it to start consistantly. Here's the only picture I have of it right now. It's fun to drive around camping but no suspension does make for some hairy 2 wheel situations.



    So the Bike is my 2nd Honda

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