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    It's official. I now have a reason to post to this forum. :-)

    I'm very excited to introduce to the public for the first time in 20 years:
    1988. Blue. 24K miles. I'm the 3rd owner. Has been sitting in a garage for those years.
    Wish me luck and please have patience as I ask many questions!

    The owner was very nice. She bought this bike a long time ago. Rode it for about 2 years and 2K miles before an injury happened and then live intervened.
    It came with 2 keys, a repair manual, a cowl with all tabs in place. And a gas tank that needs some help.

    I'll probably continue posting over in the "What Did You Do To Your Hawk Today" thread.


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    #2
    Welcome! you got a nice survivor right there

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      #3
      Congrats!
      "I couldn't afford NOT to buy it!"

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        #4
        Originally Posted by lamelylounges View Post
        I'm very excited to introduce to the public for the first time in 20 years:
        1988. Blue. 24K miles. I'm the 3rd owner. Has been sitting in a garage for those years.
        Wish me luck and please have patience as I ask many questions!

        The owner was very nice. She bought this bike a long time ago. Rode it for about 2 years and 2K miles before an injury happened and then live intervened.
        It came with 2 keys, a repair manual, a cowl with all tabs in place. And a gas tank that needs some help.

        I'll probably continue posting over in the "What Did You Do To Your Hawk Today" thread.

        Good luck with that gas tank. A problem one is a problem! Feel free to post here and have a thread logging the rehab of your hawk.

        Looks like a real decent example there!
        Don't spend money and buy, spend time and learn.

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          #5
          i should indeed start a thread.

          is the right place to post under "general" or "mech & tech" (i'm definitely not doing a full rebuild, so i will avoid posting in that sub-forum)

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            #6
            You have the basis of a stunning Hawk .... that is ... a Blue stocker and the collective knowledge/wisdom/advice of the Hawk Forum!

            Bi-Coastal U.S.A.: Los Angeles, CA and Long Island, NY

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              #7
              Congratulations and welcome to the forum!
              Eric Y.
              NT663/VFR800/CBR600F4i
              Yuzon Designworks

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