For sale: 2009 Suzuki Boulevard C-50T (AZ)

Bannedjoe

Active member
It's time to let someone else enjoy this machine.
I have 2 bikes, and just can't seem to ride them both at the same time, so I'm going to sell this for building materials.
Many extras.
$4500.
This is a great starter cruiser, or a great bike to get back into motorcycling with.
It's been well cared for.
See the ad for details.
https://mohave.craigslist.org/mcy/6933239413.html
 

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Mr Lovable
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Nice looking bike, Joe. Amazing how much they make those look like a Harley without all that vibration and teeth rattling.

As for me, the last great Suzuki was the 1974 Suzuki GT750L water buffalo. The only Japanese bike I ever owned that was not a Kawasaki two stroke.

70 HP Japanese two stroke liquid cooled motorcycle riding bliss. Life was good.

:ThumbsUp:
 

Melensdad

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Nice looking bike, Joe. Amazing how much they make those look like a Harley without all that vibration and teeth rattling.

As for me, the last great Suzuki was the 1974 Suzuki GT750L water buffalo. The only Japanese bike I ever owned that was not a Kawasaki two stroke.

70 HP Japanese two stroke liquid cooled motorcycle riding bliss. Life was good.

:ThumbsUp:

Probably doesn't drip oil on the garage floor either :bolt:
 

bczoom

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I have 2 bikes, and just can't seem to ride them both at the same time, so I'm going to sell this for building materials.
I understand the issue of riding 2 bikes at the same time but for the life of me, I can't think of what I could build with it as it's being sold for "building materials". It would take a lot of pounding to make a wall or roof out of it. ;)
 

FrancSevin

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I understand the issue of riding 2 bikes at the same time but for the life of me, I can't think of what I could build with it as it's being sold for "building materials". It would take a lot of pounding to make a wall or roof out of it. ;)

Ya beat me to it bczoom. But I have an different slant on " building materials." The wife never objects to my purchase of Building Materials.

This would be PO# EP-19 in the construction record books.

I'm betting she'll catch on eventually.

My first bike was a Suzzie. 1974 Collegant 185. Low pipes, highway bar, full front fairing. Downhill with a tailwind I could approach 80 MPH. Like riding a chain saw to work. But cheap and easy to fix.

Could this be my last one???:OhNo:

A beautiful bike.
 

Bannedjoe

Active member
I realize there are those having a hard time with this concept.
Please allow me, and try to keep up.

I'm going to sell the motorcycle for cash.
I will then spend the cash on building materials.

There, was that so hard?

I didn't say I was going to use the bike for building materials.

Sheesh.

But now, if someone else wants to build something with it, then that's their business!
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FrancSevin

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GOLD Site Supporter
I realize there are those having a hard time with this concept.
Please allow me, and try to keep up.

I'm going to sell the motorcycle for cash.
I will then spend the cash on building materials.

There, was that so hard?

I didn't say I was going to use the bike for building materials.

Sheesh.

But now, if someone else wants to build something with it, then that's their business!
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We're just having fun with you.

Sheesh.

Nice bike and at a good price. However, I sadly haven't the time to ride it.
Wish I did because that looks to be one sweet ride.
 
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