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Date: Wed, 05 Apr 2000 22:01:41
Subject: Re: Looking for first moped
From: Hajasz
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Well, here is some real cheap advice. I don't know where you live but
here are some possible options.
1.) Check out some junk yards, most don't value motorcycles and
mopeds. 2.) Check out auto, towing and police auctions, I got a
1995 Yamaha Riva Razz for $165 at a towing auction, needed work
and tires but now runs nice! 3.) Ask relatives, neighbors,
friends at work if they know anyone with one sitting around. You
would be surprised at what turns up! 4.) Try calling up some
thrift stores ( Ask to talk to a manager tell them why you need
it etc. Long shot but it would probably be around $75 to $100.
Most thrift stores sell them out the back door so this would be a
long shot.) 5.) Don't give up check the papers as soon as they
get out! You can never be sure what turns up. Good Luck Steve
Hajasz

> Chris Stone wrote:
> > Hello, my name's chris. I just turned 16 so I'm looking to get a moped
> to get me to and from my job. I'm not affraid to admit that my family
> is kinda poor, and I was wondering, is there somwhere where I can get
> a moped for around 50-75 dollars? Even if i need to do some simple
> fixing up, I have no problem getting down and dirty, the only thing I
> really dont have is the money for one of those 200-300 dollar used
> mopeds I'm seeing in all the classifieds. Please help o)
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