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Talking want to buy a Honda 50

Hey any of ya'll got one for sale or know someone? Since Steph has been upgraded and the current 50 we have is too big for Racheal and Kayla - I'd like to get them one of those Honda 50's that ya'll play around on.. but dont' want to pay $1000 for a brand new one

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Re: want to buy a Honda 50

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Hey any of ya'll got one for sale or know someone? Since Steph has been upgraded and the current 50 we have is too big for Racheal and Kayla - I'd like to get them one of those Honda 50's that ya'll play around on.. but dont' want to pay $1000 for a brand new one

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that seems to be the used price now


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IMO you're better off getting a new one unless you find someone wanting to give you one cause I think you can get a brand new one for less than most want for their used ones.


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Re: Re: want to buy a Honda 50

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that seems to be the used price now
holy shit.. the guy up here has a new one for $1100.00 plus tax and title

well so much for trying to save money

ok how about a beat up trashed plastic but runs good condition

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if you're going to spend $1000, might as well spend a few more and look at Joker's 107.

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if you're going to spend $1000, might as well spend a few more and look at Joker's 107.

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yeah keep in mind it's a 6 and 7 yr old that will be riding this ... we're talking about short lil petite girls here.... not 190 lb guys

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The Yamaha PW50's are going for 5-700 for a 1-2 year old bike. Its shaft driven and a true automatic, which might be easier for the girls.
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Yeah used 50's are hard to get a cheap price on. Everyone wants em so they hold their value well. Plus most you find are gonna be very well used. (abused)
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yeah keep in mind it's a 6 and 7 yr old that will be riding this ... we're talking about short lil petite girls here.... not 190 lb guys

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yeah, but they'll grow into it.

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