Thursday, October 25, 2012

Selling the Beast

The time has come to say goodbye to the Beast.  It's up for sale!  As soon as I take some more pictures, it will be on E-Bay. 

It runs well. In the last 2 years/5,000 miles have done the following:

New all-terrain tires.
New exchaust from headers back done by OC Muffler.
Rebuilt transmission and new clutch by Chino Hills Transmission.
Upgraded standard brakes to power brakes, new lines, new front calipers and pads.
Replaced fuel tank, fuel lines, fuel pump and fuel filter.
New starter, battery and ignition switch.
Have new rag joint, not installed, but will be included in purchase.
Replaced front u-bolts.
Replaced mirrors with stock mirrors. (One's in picture have been replaced)
New rear shocks.

Problems: Leaks oil (but, it is a Scout, so there you go), speedometer/odometer non-operational

Why am I selling it you may ask...because I'll be getting one of these (mom, don't look):

Going to have a hell of a time getting 3cf bags of compost in the side saddles, but where there's a will, there's a way.


  1. The Wife says she likes it but you'll have to drive it here. :)

  2. Don't do it. Why the fuck would anyone want a Hardly Moving Son?

    Kiss the devil, and buy a Kawasaki, you knob.

    1. This is America, IG. American Iron and the open road, bigger is better, yada, yada, yada. Plus, my dad worked for Yamaha, so I am forbidden from other Japanese motorcycles. At least that's my story.