My old Buddy 125 is up for sale!

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sc00ter
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My old Buddy 125 is up for sale!

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If I buy it back this will be the 4th time I've owned it. I purchased it new in 2009 and absolutely loved it. But I bought a Piaggio Liberty 150 for a replacement, needed space for 2 adults and wanted larger tires for my commute. I got first call for $500 for the Buddy'. Runs great, 40,000 miles, tad bit tatty but nothing serious. No crash damage and everything is straight. Clean/clear title as well. Comes with an extra Buddy 150 motor, extra front end and a bunch of small service parts. I slipped outta work and rode it around. Forgot how good the NCY exhaust sounds. I'm so tempted......
sc00ter
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Re: My old Buddy 125 is up for sale!

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Currently trying to help sell it. My inner don't-need-another-scooter radar is alerting me to pass. But then again I never ride a passenger anymore. Plus I know it's history. Why are scooters like potato chips and you can't have just one?
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Re: My old Buddy 125 is up for sale!

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If I was closer I would buy the 150 engine.
sc00ter
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Re: My old Buddy 125 is up for sale!

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The seller of my old Buddy shipped a Honda Silverwing scooter I gave him thru Uship. Was $300 from Virginia Beach, VA to Mid-area Florida. Just putting that out there. I can put you in touch!
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Re: My old Buddy 125 is up for sale!

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Seller recently found a new/mint 150 Buddy exhaust and is tossing in a Harbor Freight tire changer still in the box. I also noticed the forks with the wheel still has the horn, ignition and key (with code tag) and the 150 motor has the fuel tank with it. I'm not really interested but darn, that's a great deal! I found 2 people who considered it but neither has a motorcycle M class (required in VA above 50cc) and seem to cheap to buy a new battery.
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