We bring you RD350, H2, ZX-9R, RMX250, XR600 and 2 x CBX750 options
It’s always a risk taking a punt on someone else’s unfinished project. You can see where the seller was going with this one, but it still needs some major work and spend to get it anywhere near complete. The front end is from a CBR1000RR, the rear off a Ducati Hypermotard; frame is XL600. A risky buy, yes, but if you change your mind post purchase it could make a bob or two back if broken up and sold as bits.
Gary says: The trouble with something like this is that you won’t know the quality of their work until you start taking it apart, and you can’t do that without buying. If it’s all the same, I’ll pass.
If you buy it then bale, the bits will pay back